May 25, 2011
Many people know the warning signs of stroke, and are able to respond quickly when a family member or friend is in need. However, a transient ischemic attack (TIA), or often called a mini-stroke, may also be a waring sign, but is far more over-looked.
In this week’s CBS19 Healthwise, Stephanie Satchell talks with Dr. Alexander Grunsfeld about what people should be looking for, and how getting help could make a significant difference in a patient’s outcome.
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