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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16, 2017 in two journals--the Annals of Internal Medicine and the Annals of Family Medicine--cautioned that lower targets may still be recommended for individuals with a history of stroke, ministroke, or other serious cardiovascular problems.
It came after he was diagnosed with a cerebral aneurysm - a bloated blood vessel in the skull - and a ministroke which caused facial paralysis and hampered his mobility.
However, there's also what we call a transient ischemic attack (TIA) or a so-called ministroke, which may have very similar symptoms to migraine headache-visual disturbances, nausea and vomiting, speech impairment, and muscle weakness.
She felt that she had a ministroke and half of her body went numb.
The product (aspirin/extended-release dipyridamole) is used to lower the risk of stroke in individuals who have experienced a ministroke or stroke due to a blood clot.
Chronic SDH has been described as "the great neurological imitator'' because it often presents a confusing array of possible symptoms that can resemble, alternatively, a psychiatric disorder, dementia, a migraine, epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, a stroke or a transient ischemic attack, also known as a ministroke.
ISLAMABAD -- All patients should be given a brain scan after a stroke, even if it is a ministroke, say Canadian researchers.
Donna, of Crescent Road, Middlesbrough, has faced two strokes in the past two years and suffered a further ministroke in the past few weeks.
FRIENDS and colleagues of former TISWAS presenter Chris Tarrant have predicted he will return to TV after it was revealed he had suffered a ministroke.
A transient ischemic attack (TIA), sometimes called a ministroke, also is a risk factor for stroke.
But Silver, after the ministroke that reveals his condition, realizes he hasn't felt so alive in years.

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