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Can drugs help patients with strokes?

Abstract

Strokes are the result of cerebral infarction or cerebral haemorrhage. Transient ischaemic attacks (TIA), sometimes called ‘little strokes’, are short alterations of brain function not due to epilepsy, recovering within 24 hours1 and without infarction.

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