Harvard Heart Letter

Treat "mini-strokes" as an emergency, not a gentle warning

A transient ischemic attack is similar to a stroke. While it may be over quickly, it must be treated as a serious medical condition. Prompt attention and treatment may prevent the subsequent occurrence of a full-fledged stroke.

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