Bill Metcalf’s stroke came, like so many, “out of nowhere.”
“I had no symptoms for it, it was not on my general practitioner’s watch list, and fortunately I came out of it OK,” he says.
But over the next year, Metcalf experienced disorientation and a sense that “something wasn’t right.” Upon meeting with neurosurgeon Demetrius Lopes, MD, he opted to undergo a cerebral angioplasty to treat a narrowed artery in his brain.
“My family’s had way more experience with this hospital than any family should … and then I come in and do a cerebral angioplasty.”
“It’s like I think we’ve tested every department here, and without fail, Rush has always been 100 percent tops.”