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Atypical Transient Symptoms Require Aggressive Investigation for Cause

14:41 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | AHC Media

Atypical transient symptoms, such as partial sensory deficit, dysarthria, vertigo and unsteadiness, unusual visual deficits, and diplopia, usually are not classified as transient ischemic attacks, and they frequently are not investigated in the same fashion. However, one-year risk of recurrent major vascular events was not significantly different between patients who had typical TIA symptoms or atypical isolated or non-isolated symptoms. Therefore, these patients should be investigated intensively in a manner similar to patients with classical TIA symptoms.

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