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Wht are the symptoms of narrowing arteries in the brain, or tias? I have a angiogram coming up next month.
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Dr. Oliver Aalami
Surgery - Vascular
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In brief: Mini-Strokes
Tia's or transient ischemic attacks are stoke-like symptoms which resolve within 24hrs.
Temporary unilateral visual loss described as a curtain coming down (amaurosis fugax), temporary difficulty with speech, unilateral facial drooping, or weakness are common mini-stroke or TIA like symptoms.

In brief: Mini-Strokes
Tia's or transient ischemic attacks are stoke-like symptoms which resolve within 24hrs.
Temporary unilateral visual loss described as a curtain coming down (amaurosis fugax), temporary difficulty with speech, unilateral facial drooping, or weakness are common mini-stroke or TIA like symptoms.
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Dr. Raphael Peralta
Family Medicine
In brief: Mostly none
Mostly none.

In brief: Mostly none
Mostly none.
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