James Castle, M.D., Neurologist


James Castle, M.D. is a neurologist at NorthShore University HealthSystem (affiliated with The University of Chicago) and an expert on strokes.


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is it possible that after a surgery a stroke can make a person completely paralized? — Feb 06, 2012
I am very sorry to hear about his situation. The unfortunate answer is "yes", a stroke can leave a patient nearly completely paralyzed. It is good that he has some moveme...
After several strokes, my uncle's behavior is inappropriate -- what can we do? — Nov 02, 2011
Sorry to hear about this. It sounds like he might be suffering from "Frontal Lobe" dysfunction, most likely from all the strokes. This causes people to be disinhibited an...
Is confusion normal at night for stroke survivors, and will my father get better in a skilled nursing facility? — Aug 22, 2011
Sorry to hear of your predicament. It is hard to know how much of his confusion is due to a new stroke versus how much is "delerium". "Delerium" is common in elderly hosp...