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What is the difference between a heat stroke and a tia or cva?

What are the difference in a heat stroke and a tia or cva?
Asked On : Sat, 24 Sep 2011
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Pediatrician 's  Response
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Read your prob, heat stroke occure due to exposure of extrem heat or vary hot enviorment, in such case symptoms appeare due to rise body temprature, n due to electrolyte imbalance , dehydration. tia is transient ischemic attack, cva is ceribrovascular accident, they occure due to high blood pressure or high cholesterol leval which block blood supply to brain n heart.
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Cardiologist Dr. Naresh Ruparelia's  Response
Hi well come to HCM.
Heat stroke is one when in extreme heat people get the effect of it on the brain. Like
Irrelevent talk, semicociousness, restlessness, high fever, vomiting etc.CVa is one when
person gets one sided paralysis due to cerebral thrombosis,embolism,or haemorrhage,
reasons may be varied.And when paralysis and other symptoms if recoverd within 24 hrs
is called TIA ie transient ischemic attack. thanks
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