ministroke


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Related to ministroke: transient ischemic attack

ministroke

(mĭn′ē-strōk′)

ministroke

Transient ischemic attack, see there.
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Plus, the repercussions of a ministroke can be far-reaching AND hard to recognize.
The people in the study had had a stroke or a ministroke, also known as a transient ischemic attack.
Peter Moore, of the Stroke Association in the North-east, said: "There's nothing small about ministroke.
A survey by the Stroke Association found that 67 per cent of people didn't know what the symptoms of a Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA) was which is also known as a ministroke.
These brief episodes may be due to a transient ischemic attack (TIA), also called a ministroke.
Serious side effects may include: -- An increased risk of stroke and ministroke have been reported in clinical studies of elderly people with dementia-related psychosis -- Very high fever, rigid muscles, shaking, confusion, sweating, or increased heart rate and blood pressure.
In the Cardiovascular Health Study, which tracks more than 5,000 people over age 65, those with risk factors for stroke--but no evidence of having had a stroke or ministroke on an MRI--had a greater cognitive decline than those without risk factors.
After I had a ministroke and gallbladder removal, I got rid of my HRT and now use progesterone cream.
This year the illuminating display is even bigger and better despite the 69-year-old suffering a massive heart attack and ministroke two months ago while setting up his outdoor Christmas.
Doctors determined that he had experienced a transient ischemic attack - commonly considered a ministroke.
Jackie, who has just got out of hospital after suffering a ministroke, said she was outraged the hole still had not been filled in.
Some scientists consider the term ministroke a misnomer, preferring "transient ischemic attack," while others use the terms interchangeably.

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