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Savill P. Non-consensus TIA raises early and long-term risk of stroke. Practitioner June 2021;265(1849):7

Non-consensus TIA raises early and long-term risk of stroke

25 Jun 2021Registered users

Patients with non-consensus transient ischaemic attack (TIA) have a raised seven-day risk of stroke, the Oxford Vascular Study (OXVASC) has found. The ten-year risk of all major vascular events was similar for non-consensus and classic TIAs.

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