mini stroke


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mini stroke

Transient ischemic attack, see there.
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"Luckily, he came two and half hours later, but my husband when he was on the phone told them about the mini stroke and that I was 77."
"He had a mini stroke and went to hospital on December 16.
Computed tomography (CT) scans showed some "mini stroke" patients had narrowed blood vessels in the brain, and others reported ongoing or worsening symptoms.
For example, men who are younger than age 60 are 15 times more likely to suffer a heart attack after a mini stroke. But Dr.
The scans are able to identify any narrowing in the arteries in the neck and are given to people with a variety of conditions - mainly a stroke or Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA), sometimes known as a "mini stroke" - and before major surgery.
An investigation found the man had suffered a mini stroke a year earlier.
Washington, July 26 ( ANI ): Having a stroke or mini stroke has a much more profound effect on women than men when it comes to their quality of life, a new study has revealed.
By 4.30pm, I was seen by the doctor who said that there were no signs of any damage but agreed with my GP that it may have been a mini stroke.
The court heard he had a mini stroke in 2001, but despite feeling unwell since January had been assessed as fit to drive.
People should also be aware of TIA (transient ischaemic attack) or mini stroke which is similar to a full stroke but the symptoms may only last a few minutes and will have gone within 24 hours.
AnMRI scan revealed the dad-of-three had suffered a mini stroke. Monty, who lives with Sarah, 54, in Herefordshire, is expected to make a full recovery.
Jonathan Aitken's mother said yesterday he was walking miles every day as he recovered from a "mini stroke".