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Spontaneous recovery post ischaemic stroke refers to mechanisms of neural recovery occurring intrinsically within the brain. The amount of recovery seen in the initial few weeks and months post-event is reliant upon several neural mechanisms and processes. The initial two to three months after the event is a crucial period for spontaneous neuroplasticity, the 'naturally-occurring course of neurophysiological repair and cortical reorganisation of language functions'.
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