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How can you tell the difference between slight and transient brain injury?
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Dr. DAVID AMOS
Family Medicine
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In brief: TIA
You mean transdient ischemic attack, this a pre-stroke syndrome.
This need to be treated as soon as possible before it developed into a completed stoke.Other name is acute. Brain attack.

In brief: TIA
You mean transdient ischemic attack, this a pre-stroke syndrome.
This need to be treated as soon as possible before it developed into a completed stoke.Other name is acute. Brain attack.
Dr. DAVID AMOS
Dr. DAVID AMOS
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Dr. Idan Sharon
Neurology
In brief: Brain injury
Slight brain injury is nonspecific.
That means the brain has sustained trauma, which is not significant. Transient brain injury means that the brain sustained a problem, but that this problem is now gone.

In brief: Brain injury
Slight brain injury is nonspecific.
That means the brain has sustained trauma, which is not significant. Transient brain injury means that the brain sustained a problem, but that this problem is now gone.
Dr. Idan Sharon
Dr. Idan Sharon
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