A transient ischemic attack, or TIA, also known as a ministroke, is a warning sign of a possible full stroke. While the symptoms resemble a regular stroke, they often go unnoticed because they last a short time. But recognizing them can help you seek immediate medical care and possibly protect yourself from a more severe and damaging stroke.
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