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NIHR Signal Transient ischaemic attacks may have greater long-term impact than previously thought
People are more likely to go to their GP about fatigue, psychological and cognitive impairment after a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) than similar people who have not had a TIA. Following a TIA people also go to their GP with these health problems sooner than those who haven’t had a TIA. A TIA, sometimes called a “warning stroke”, is caused by a blockage in the blood vessels leading to the brain. The symptoms are similar to a stroke but last less than 24 hours unlike a strok...
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