Treatment of "mini-strokes" can prevent major attack

03/8/2005 | MSNBC

Mini-strokes, called transient ischemic attacks or TIAs, often occur just days before a larger stroke, and while the symptoms can be vague, treatment for the mini-strokes can help prevent a major attack, a new study says. The symptoms of the TIAs inlude nausea, a sudden loss of balance or consciousness or vision disturbances that last only a few minutes.

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