Disability After TIAs & Minor Stroke

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Canadian investigators suggest that as many as 15% of patients who suffer transient ischemic attack (TIA) and minor strokes become disabled. Ongoing symptoms, diabetes, female gender, and CT/CT angiography-positive metric were predictive of disability after TIA and minor stroke. Just 12% of those who did not have a recurrent event were disabled, compared with 53% of those who did.

Abstract: Stroke, September 13, 2012 (online).

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