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Table 3 Characteristics of the recurrences

From: Long term evolution of patients treated in a TIA unit

1 TIA at 7 months: Negative studies again; TIA at 10 months with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation in the third Holter
2 Acute coronary syndrome at 1 month; TIA at 5 months with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation in the second Holter
3 TIA vs. seizures (3 visits to the emergency room): low INR, associated levetirazetam
4 Stroke at 24 hours: previously negative studies; treatment: LMWH + ASA + atorvastatin
5 Vertebro-basilar stroke at 7 months; previously cardioembolic TIA (INR 5.32)
6 TIA at 16 months with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation in the second Holter
7 Stroke at 10 months (PFO on antiplatelet therapy, anticoagulation treatment is started)
8 Stroke at 15 months (PFO on antiplatelet therapy, anticoagulation treatment is started)
9 Stroke at 23 months; previously cardioembolic TIA (INR 3.28)