how does a stroke cause issues in motor functions when the area is not affected

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I may be stupid but if you have a clot in your occipital lobe then why do you have mortar issues or things that do not pertain to that part of the brain

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Not every brain is wired exactly the same as one another; also, the occipital lobe sits roughly above the cerebellum, which does play a part in motor learning and balance. Also-also, an electric current with a block (a stroke) further upstream in the circuit could interfere with wherever occipital lobe activity (e.g. visual stimulation) would be relayed to next