Short lived symptoms
or transient ischemic attack
is what happens when the brain experiences a brief episode of ischemia
, or when blood flow to an area of the brain is temporarily reduced or impeded.
This results in neurological changes that typically, but not always resolve within 24 hours. Unlike a true "stroke
", a TIA has no lasting cell death or permanent neurological symptoms. Risk factor for stroke. C doc.
Answer assisted by Sean Baskin, Medical Student