Common cardiac cause of transient ischaemic attack?

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HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.. DIBETES.. HIGH CHOLESTEROL.. POSITIVE FAMILY HISTORY..

Embolism due to thrombus breakdown/Thromboembolism

High cholesterol in the blood

ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

HT .. Clots

In a transient ischemic attack, unlike a stroke, the blockage is brief, and there is no permanent damage. The underlying cause of a TIA often is a buildup of cholesterol-containing fatty deposits called plaques (atherosclerosis) in an artery or one of its branches that supplies oxygen and nutrients to your brain. Brain hemorrhage..* Blood clot..** Arrial fibrillation..** Diabetes..** Hyper lipidema...

The underlying cause of a TIA often is a buildup of cholesterol-containing fatty deposits called plaques (atherosclerosis) in an artery or one of its branches that supplies oxygen and nutrients to your brain. Plaques can decrease the blood flow through an artery or lead to the development of a clot.

Hypertension causing atherosclerosis and atheroembolism It is one of the commonest cause if TIA and lacunar infarction

Atherosclerosis(cholesterol-containing fatty deposits called plaques in an artery

cholesterol-containing fatty deposits called plaques in an artery -Atherosclerosis
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Diabetes ,hypertension, alcohol smoking, high cholesterol ,low LDH, family history

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