reversible ischemic neurologic disability
reversible ischemic neurologic disabilityNeurology A TIA, defined as a focal ischemia-induced loss of neurologic function of abrupt onset, with a disability of > 24 hrs but < 3 wks in duration. Cf Multi-infarct dementia, Transient ischemic attack.
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