Elham Sedghi

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One of the main problems in treating stroke patients is accurate and timely triage and assessment. Not all stroke events have direct severe consequences. Full strokes are often preceded by transient ischemic attacks (TIA) or mini strokes, which exhibit signs and symptoms similar to less concerning health events, e.g., migraines. In this paper, natural(More)
Distinguishing migraine from stroke is a challenge due to many common signs and symptoms. It is important to consider the cost of hospitalization and the time spent by neurologists and stroke nurses to visit, diagnose, and assign appropriate care to the patients; therefore, devising new ways to distinguish stroke, migraine and other types of mimics can help(More)
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