Originally Posted by okoye35chiefs
What Is a Minor Stroke?
A minor stroke is a major event in life. The symptoms of a minor stroke often are no different from those of a major stroke. A minor stroke is caused when blood flow to the brain is interrupted. Common symptoms of a minor stroke include headache or migraine, nausea, numbness or tingling sensation in the limbs, loss of vision in one eye, problems talking, dizziness and extreme confusion.
There is no such thing as a minor stroke... anyone who fails the Cincinnati Stroke Scale has had a significant event happen to them... I hate classifying people, but he's a geriatric pt and I really like Ditka and wish him the best, I hope there was no significant damage, because he's one of the few people I can tolerate on ESPN