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Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare
BACKGROUND Stroke is a clinically-defined syndrome of rapidly developing symptoms or signs of focal loss of cerebral function with no apparent cause other than that of vascular origin. A previously unrecognised risk factor for stroke, which is prevalent and modifiable and may be causal, is elevated plasma homocysteine. To establish a correlation whether homocysteinaemia has any effect on incidence of young with stroke on our wards, we decided to undertake a cross-sectional observational studydoi:10.18410/jebmh/2017/32 fatcat:qf2gj6y27nexbe3ipcwf2roeam