Diagnosing a stroke can be very tricky. Nearly 25% of presentations are false positives. Faced with a “mimic” (a non-stroke condition with similar symptoms as a stroke) or a “chameleon” (a stroke that masquerades as a different disease state), physicians must make difficult treatment decisions.
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