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TIA

 

TIA

Abbreviation for transient ischemic attack.

TIA

abbr.
transient ischemic attack

TIA

Abbreviation for:
temporary injury allowance 
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total intestinal aganglionosis
trabecular iris angle
transient ischaemic attack 
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tumour-induced angiogenesis

TIA

Abbreviation for transient ischemic attack.

Transient ischemic attack (TIA)

A brief interruption of the blood supply to part of the brain that causes a temporary impairment of vision, speech, or movement. Usually, the episode lasts for just a few moments, but it may be a warning sign for a full-scale stroke.
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TIA

Abbreviation for transient ischemic attack.
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