Older adults may not accurately report stroke history

05/12/2009 | Reuters

Only 12% of older adults in a study reported having experienced a stroke, even though brain scans indicated nearly one-third of them had one. U.S. researchers said that people who have silent strokes that aren't diagnosed may not know they suffered one and that stroke damage to memory could cause some to forget the attack.

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