Has anyone read anything describing TIA or CVA from a high grade ECA
stenosis? A physician has stated to me that you can get TIA's or CVA's
from an ECA with high grade stenosis. ( Right ICA peak 116, Left ICA
peak 76 cm/sec) Need some lit to support his claim. I wanted him to
change his report from claiming "critical ECA stenosis, " because
most PCP's would send that patient to a vascular surgeon based on that
report. Thanks in advance for your help!
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