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Childhood Stroke: Risk Factors, Symptoms and Prognosis

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    Pediatric and adolescent stroke differ from adult stroke in frequency, presentation, management and prognosis. What causes childhood stroke, and how can we diagnose and treat the condition? Dr. E. Steve Roach, professor of pediatrics and neurology at the Ohio State University College of Medicine, and chief of the division of child neurology at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, explains who, among our young patients, is at greater risk for stroke and how the clinical presentation is often very similar to that of an elderly stroke victim. Looking at the long-term ramifications, how do our young stroke patients fare as they get older? Dr. Jennifer Shu hosts.

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    Pediatric and adolescent stroke differ from adult stroke in frequency, presentation, management and prognosis. What causes childhood stroke, and how can we diagnose and treat the condition? Dr. E. Steve Roach, professor of pediatrics and neurology at the Ohio State University College of Medicine, and chief of the division of child neurology at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, explains who, among our young patients, is at greater risk for stroke and how the clinical presentation is often very similar to that of an elderly stroke victim. Looking at the long-term ramifications, how do our young stroke patients fare as they get older? Dr. Jennifer Shu hosts.

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