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Can risk stratification of transient ischaemic attacks improve patient care in the emergency department?
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    CORRECTION AND COMMENTS

    In the article titled 'Can risk stratification of transient ischaemic attacks improve patient care in the emergency department?'I want to make two comments (1)Table 2 shows that number of patients above 60 are more than the total number of included subjects. (2)the results of the study does not validate ABCD scoring system for TIA(as is proposed in the conclusion) because it does not show how many of the admitted or discha...

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