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  1. ... people at high risk for heart attack or stroke Monitor people who have heart disease. Why do ... your risk of blood clots , heart attack, and stroke. What happens during a homocysteine test? A health ...
  2. ... injuries or certain types of infections or cancer. Stroke , a blockage in the blood supply to the ... C.: American Association for Clinical Chemistry; c2001–2020. Stroke; [updated 2019 Nov 12; cited 2020 Jan 8]; [ ...
  3. ... clotting , which can cause a heart attack or stroke . People at risk for these disorders may be ... reduce the risk of a heart attack or stroke for many older adults. But daily aspirin use ...
  4. ... nerve-disorders National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke [Internet]. Bethesda (MD): U.S. Department of Health and ... Fact-Sheet National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke [Internet]. Bethesda (MD): U.S. Department of Health and ...
  5. ... test if you had a muscle injury or stroke . CK levels may not peak until up to ... enzymes, it may mean you have had a stroke or brain injury. Other conditions that can cause ...
  6. ... disorders include: Parkinson's disease Multiple sclerosis Meningitis Epilepsy Stroke Migraine headaches A neurological exam is made up ... neurologic-examination National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke [Internet]. Bethesda (MD): U.S. Department of Health and ...
  7. ... a Doppler ultrasound if you: Have had a stroke. After a stroke , your health care provider may order a special ...
  8. ... test is used to check for risk of stroke , heart attack , or other heart diseases. It is ... Attack Heart Diseases High Blood Pressure Quitting Smoking Stroke Related Medical Tests Cholesterol Levels Electrocardiogram How to ...
  9. ... at greater risk for a heart attack or stroke . Other names for a triglycerides test: TG, TRIG, ... an increased risk for a heart attack or stroke. Your health care provider may order a lipid ...
  10. ... the brain is blocked, it can lead to stroke and peripheral artery disease. Other names for a ...
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