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Pretest Probabilities and Likelihood Ratios for Clinical Findings
Make the Diagnosis: Stroke
Original Article: Is This Patient Having a Stroke?
Make the Diagnosis: Does This Patient Have a Hemorrhagic Stroke?
Original Article: Does This Patient Have a Hemorrhagic Stroke?
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A stroke occurs when the blood supply is unable to reach a part of the brain.
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