Opinion ON THE BRAIN She was never even supposed to be in the hospital. make a decision regarding her long-term treatment. I David Dongkyung Kim, MD We got a telephone call from an ophthalmologist who paused to give her a chance to object, but none came. Department of Clinical suspected a stroke in a woman in her early 70s after I explained that her MRI had revealed strokes in mul- Neurological Sciences, finding a visual field defect. She had gone to the clinic tiple areas, but some were so small that she either did Western University, because she was bumping into objects for a few days, not notice them or had recovered quickly. I referred to London, Ontario, Canada. but she expected to do a few tests, get a diagnosis, her medical history and how she was at a higher risk of and go home, because whatever was wrong did not cardioembolic stroke given the imaging findings. With even bother her much. Instead, she was treated to an additional considerations that included her individual admission to our stroke center and a nothing by bleeding risk, proper information was necessary before choosing a treatment plan that may include mouth designation
JAMA Neurology – American Medical Association
Published: Apr 26, 2018
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