Patients' attitudes towards TIA.

Abstract

Transient ischemic attacks (TIA) are an important forewarning of stroke. By means of questionnaire, information was sought from patients who suffered a stroke regarding whether or not they had a preceding transient ischemic attack. Those with a preceding transient ischemic attack were polled for their response to the TIA; 47% of patients with a transient ischemic attack did not seek medical attention. The reasons behind failure to seek medical advice are analyzed.

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@article{Shelton1995PatientsAT, title={Patients' attitudes towards TIA.}, author={Jean E Shelton and Kenneth J Gaines}, journal={Virginia medical quarterly : VMQ}, year={1995}, volume={122 1}, pages={24-8} }