TIA more likely to be missed in women

The findings hold true, even when they have similar symptoms: study
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Women experiencing a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) are more likely to be diagnosed with migraine or vertigo than men, even when they present with similar symptoms, a study shows. 

In the research, women were 10% more likely to be given a non-stroke diagnosis than men, when they reported atypical stroke symptoms, according to Canadian research in JAMA Neurology