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Strokes Not Exclusive to the Elderly, Now Showing Up in the Mid-Thirties

Jul 19, 2019

Endovascular neurology in the Valley became uniquely important when stroke patients turned their ordeal into a happy ending of survival. The arrival and the timing of physicians knowledgeable in this field have changed the outcome for many in the Valley.

Dr. Wondwossen Tekle, an endovascular neurologist, is the Director of the Stroke Program and Neurocritical Care at Valley Baptist Medical Center in Harlingen. He has been working in Harlingen since August of 2013.

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