mini stroke


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mini stroke

Transient ischemic attack, see there.
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I feel incredibly lucky because this mini stroke has been a huge wake-up call.
Mr Mercer's post mortem examination did not reveal signs of any seizure, but pathologist Dr David Agbamu said it would be possible his death had masked evidence of a mini stroke.
The research focused on the treatment given to 379 stroke patients of differing ages at a specialist rapid access clinic for suspected minor or mini stroke known as a transient ischaemic attack (TIA), between 2004 and 2006.
Approximately 110,000 strokes and a further 20,000 mini strokes occur in England every year.
His father-in-law Ron Stockdale also died from a series of strokes and his mother had a series of mini strokes in 2005.
Information is available about prevention of stroke and TIA, or mini strokes.
Just two years later, Mr Thomas suffered two strokes, and has had to cope with a series of mini strokes.
They may have been transient ischaemic attacks, also known as a TIAs or mini strokes.
He suffered a series of mini strokes which then lead to dementia.
Stroke sourcebook; basic consumer health information about stroke, including ischemic, hemorrhagic, and mini strokes, as well as risk factors, prevention guidelines, diagnostic tests, medications.
LOOKING AFTER THEIR HEALTH - David Short, 69, and Lilian Short, 67, who had a series of mini strokes, have already quit smoking PICTURE: ANDY COMMINS