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What is a stroke?
In telestroke, also called stroke telemedicine, doctors who have advanced training in treating strokes can use technology to treat people who have had strokes in another location.
Diagnosis Strokes FAQ Neurologist Robert Brown, M.D., answers the most frequently asked questions about strokes.
Determining stroke etiology Determining stroke etiology MRI of the brain of a 39-year-old man shows an acute ischemic stroke in the left temporoparietal lobe.
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A stroke is a true emergency.
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Strokes FAQ Neurologist Robert Brown, M.D., answers the most frequently asked questions about strokes.
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Find out about Mayo Clinic's telestroke (stroke telemedicine) program.
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