Transient Ischemic Attack (Tia)

A transient ischemic attack is a focal ischemia in the brain, which causes sudden transitory neurological deficits and not from a permanent stroke (z. B. negative results in the diffusion-weighted MRI) is accompanied. The diagnosis is made clinically. Carotid endarterectomy, or stenting, antiplatelet therapy and anticoagulation reduce the risk of stroke by certain types of TIA. A TIA resembles an ischemic stroke, but the symptoms usually hold

September 3, 2018