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Management of transient ischaemic attacks

Abstract Symptoms compatible with a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) are a common reason to seek medical attention. Most TIAs resolve within an hour and leave no residual symptoms or signs. This can make the diagnosis problematic, but perhaps more importantly, can lead both patient and doctor to underestimate the importance…

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