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Italian multicenter study on reversible cerebral ischemic attacks: VI--Prognostic factors and follow-up results
A total of 462 patients (mean age 52 years) affected by reversible focal ischemic attacks (RIAs) were followed prospectively in 8 neurologic institutions in Italy for 4 years. All cases were evaluated with a cerebral angiography and 21 % of angiograms were normal. At the end of the follow-up period the cumulated probability for death, stroke, cardiac event and new RIA was respectively 7%, 8%, 3% and 36%. The predictive value of the baseline characteristics of this series was evaluated by a muldoi:10.1161/01.str.17.5.842 pmid:3764952 fatcat:l7fct7sdhngr3bk35geueyl6ri