Image: Thinkstock. TIA mini stroke symptoms can come in many forms, and are often brushed aside. Your leg crumples under you as you walk down the sidewalk. Or you're suddenly overcome by a dizzy spell. You skipped lunch today, so low blood sugar is your excuse. While both of these explanations are entirely plausible, you may be missing the signs of a transient ischemic attack TIA if you jump to conclusions too quickly.
Numbness hypesthesia or hypoesthesia refers to the lack of skin sensations either partial or complete over a part of body. Numbness usually signifies nerve dysfunction but can occur in certain defects in the central nervous system brain and spinal cord. It is also frequently associated with paraesthesias pins and needles sensation, tingling, etc. Numbness in face can occur with the damage or dysfunction of the branches of the cranial nerve supplying the face region trigeminal nerve.
A stroke may be caused by a blockage of a blood vessel within the brain cerebral infarction , b rupture of a blood vessel within the brain cerebral haemorrhage , or c rupture of a blood vessel into the space surrounding the brain subarachnoid haemorrhage. TIAs are significant and must not be ignored. Advice must be sought immediately.
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