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TIA

abbr.
transient ischemic attack

TIA

abbreviation for
(Pathology) transient ischaemic attack; a stroke causing minor and temporary symptoms

TIA

transient ischemic attack.

TIA

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Noun1.TIA - brief episode in which the brain gets insufficient blood supply; symptoms depend on the site of the blockage
ischaemia, ischemia - local anemia in a given body part sometimes resulting from vasoconstriction or thrombosis or embolism
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TIA

TIA

abbr transient ischemic attack. V. attack.
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TIA standards for HAC volume control are relied upon by millions of American hard-of-hearing consumers to ensure that wireline telephone systems allow them to maximize their experience when communicating by voice.
In addition, "in the population of patients with TIA we studied, having MI increased the risk of death by a factor of three.
In this study, the risk of heart attack among TIA patients was about 1 percent per year, double that of people who had never had a TIA.
Even if they see their primary physician within 24 hours, all the tests that are needed to figure out the etiology (cause) of the TIA would take time.
afforded the opportunity to meet the current and future space requirements of the toy industry," said David Rosenbloom, of Cushman & Wakefield, who represented TIA in its site selection, along with the firm's Robert Baraf, Jonathan Rosner and Murray Hill Properties' Tom Arbuckle.
Last fall, Congress voted to close down the program for good; a House Senate conference committee declared TIA "terminated.
The TIA plan, which was being developed and tested under the supervision of retired admiral John Poindexter, would have developed computer software that can scan vast public and private databases of commercial transactions and personal data around the world to provide advance warning of terrorist attacks.
Symptom duration is a key hallmark of a TIA that distinguishes it from a stroke.
TIA's Board Members are important influencers of the industry through their guidance of the association and the roles they play in their companies," said TIA President Grant Seiffert.
It's tempting to ignore a TIA and put it off because the symptoms have gone away, but it's an emergency, and it should be treated as an emergency," says Irene Katzan, MD, with Cleveland Clinic's Cerebrovascular Center.
Another descendant of TIA is "Topsail," which "keeps alive TIA's core function of vacuum[ing] up as much US transactions information as possible, such as the purchase of plane tickets or, say, large amounts of fertilizer as a way of anticipating terror plots," wrote Newsweek's Michael Hirsh on February 8.
If TIA files are all text, one petabyte would contain enough room for almost 40 pages of information on each of the world's more than 6.