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if she had transient symptoms, she may have had a TIA or transient ischemic attack. this is a warning sign of stroke and needs to be treated as such. she should see a neurologist or a primary doctor as soon as possible and look for the cause. she may need a brain CT or MRI, a heart echo, blood work and dopplers. She should do it as soon as possible.
mild stroke does not have any special sign. the symptoms are depended to the injured location in the brain. but the difference is in the duration of symptoms. in mild stroke they recover faster. even they would completely heal. consult with your doctor for physical therapy and other rehabilitative programs.
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