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Transient ischemic attack in the elderly

Transient ischemic attack (TIA) refers to a short-lived and frequently recurrent local blood supply disorder in the brain, resulting in sudden transient focal neurological dysfunction in the blood supply area. Each attack lasts for several minutes to 1H, and completely recovers within 24h, but can occur repeatedly.

Symptoms

Respiratory failure in the elderly

Mucinous valvular disease of the elderly

Acute left heart failure in the elderly

Pleural effusion and pleurisy in the elderly

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in the elderly

Premature contraction in the elderly

Respiratory acidosis in the elderly

Hypothyroid heart disease in the elderly

Anaerobic pneumonia in the elderly

Bacillus melioides pneumonia

Elderly acute respiratory distress syndrome

Pulmonary embolism in the elderly

Lacunar infarction in the elderly

Hyperthyroid heart disease in the elderly

Senile positive bacilli pneumonia

Pneumonoid pleural effusion

Pulmonary heart disease in the elderly

Interstitial pneumonia in the elderly

Elderly ischemic cardiomyopathy

Hospital acquired pneumonia of the elderly

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