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What is Transient ischaemic attack?

What is Transient ischaemic attack?

  • Transient ischaemic attack: recurring, transient episodes of neurologic dysfunction caused by cerebral ischemia; onset is usually sudden, often when the patient is active; the attack may last a few seconds to several hours; neurologic symptoms depend on the artery involved.
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Transient ischaemic attack: Introduction

How serious is Transient ischaemic attack?

Complications of Transient ischaemic attack: see complications of Transient ischaemic attack

What causes Transient ischaemic attack?

Causes of Transient ischaemic attack: see causes of Transient ischaemic attack

What are the symptoms of Transient ischaemic attack?

Complications of Transient ischaemic attack: see complications of Transient ischaemic attack

Transient ischaemic attack: Testing

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Transient ischaemic attack.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Transient ischaemic attack: see treatments for Transient ischaemic attack

Name and Aliases of Transient ischaemic attack

Main name of condition: Transient ischaemic attack

Other names or spellings for Transient ischaemic attack:

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