An Indian entrepreneur has been diagnosed with “brain damage” following a stroke.
“This is the first time I have ever seen a stroke of this nature.
The doctors said the injury was caused by the stroke,” Dr Pradeep Sharma, a neurologist at the University of Jammu and Kashmir Medical College, told NDTV.
Sharma, who has also worked in the US, said that the “brain injury” caused by a stroke is similar to the type of injury that occurs when a person’s blood clot becomes too large.
“It’s very similar to a stroke where the blood vessel becomes too big.
You may see some small tears but it’s not enough to stop the bleeding,” Sharma said.
In his case, he suffered a stroke after he lost a job in India and had to work from home.
He was discharged on Saturday from the hospital in a wheelchair, where he is receiving treatment for the stroke.
“My vision is very bad and my speech is normal.
I can’t speak,” Sharma told NDtv.
Sharma is the founder of an online shop that sells a range of medical devices, appliances and other items.
The company said the stroke left him unable to work.
He told NDtoday that the company has received several requests from people wanting to buy his products.
For now, Sharma is staying at home in his home state of Jharkhand, where his father is a doctor.
Sharmaji’s father, a civil engineer, has also left his home to work in India, but the family said they are “very sad” about the news.
“We are in shock.
We can’t understand how he could be able to have such a stroke, but it is true that we have never experienced a stroke,” his father told NDtmoday.
Doctors said they did not know of any cases of such a situation in the world.
Earlier this month, an Indian man had his right eye amputated after the accident, leaving him with a prosthetic eye.
The incident was reported on NDTV by Dr Rajesh Kukre, a doctor who has worked in Nepal.
Dr Kukru, who also has an eye surgery business in Kathmandu, said in his report that while he could not explain why someone could suffer from a stroke that caused a “brain” injury, he suspected it was because of the way that the person’s brain was wired.
It’s believed that the stroke occurred in the middle of the night.
“The brain is a very complicated structure.
You need to be able not only to understand how it works but also to do it.
If the brain is damaged, then you will not be able do the work,” he told NDToday.