My long-time pal, Patric Carter, came up with this term, Vulture Head. You have to understand his frame of reference. Vultures are a common site everywhere, but have special meaning in Northern New Mexico. I attribute this label to Patric's uncanny ability to aptly name cultural phenomenons in his own uniqueness.
It's because most stroke survivors are hemiplegiac, affecting either the left or the right side of their body. In my case, and with most other stroke survivors, one of the hands is spastic. Meaning it can't move naturally, calmly, or fluidly in unison with other parts of the body.
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