ministroke


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ministroke

(mĭn′ē-strōk′)

ministroke

Transient ischemic attack, see there.
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In a TIA or ministroke, the symptoms can just be transient and the patient appears well after several minutes or hours.
But the Stroke Association says thousands of lives could be saved by treating ministrokes within 24 hours.
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.
The survey page comes up as an option when people search for key words or phrases, such as "Am I having a ministroke.
Researchers say the findings suggest that preventive, or prophylactic, use of this natural form of vitamin E could be particularly helpful to people considered at highest risk for a major stroke: those who have previously suffered a ministroke, or a temporary stoppage of blood flow in the brain.
The mother was hospitalized for 7 months due to hypoxia-induced neurologic injuries, sepsis, lung problems, a ministroke, and a second hypoxic episode.
The FDA recommends regular aspirin use to prevent a stroke in people who have suffered a transient ischemic attack (TIA), or ministroke.
Certainly blocked arteries causing a transient ischemic attack or a ministroke come to mind.
After about 15 seconds, I was starting to wonder whether I had endured some sort of ministroke, my brain having shut down my sense of hearing.

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