What are the key recommendations for evaluation of adult patients with suspected transient ischemic attack in the emergency department?

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This clinical practice guideline (CPG) updates the current evidence regarding the emergency department (ED) approach to suspected adult transient ischemic attack (TIA), and it provides an excellent overview of the challenges in diagnosing TIA and in identifying those who can be safely sent home.

Which, if any, threats to validity are most likely to have an impact on the results and how?

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