December 27, 2012
'Dystextia': Garbled Text Messages Could Be Sign Of Stroke
An interesting article from TIME, suggesting we pay attention to garbled text messages — as they could be warning signs of the sender having a stroke.
A case study has been published in The Archives of Neurology,Dystextia Acute Stroke in the Modern Age, signed by Arvind Ravi, PhD; Vikram R. Rao, MD, PhD; Joshua P. Klein, MD, PhD.
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