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"Dr Anil Soni is the loveliest consultant I've ever known and I work alongside many elsewhere. I've been lucky to have been under his care. Really am going to miss him when he leaves. He's one in a million!!"

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"Dr Soni is one of the most gentlest, kindest, lovliest doctors I have ever come across, and I will miss him when he leaves. Lovely lovely man."

Patient who saw Dr. Anil Soni in Trafford General Hospital

"Dr. Ruzicka was extremely professional, friendly and knowledgeable. He made sure to explain everything to me, and did everything he can to reassure me everything would be fine. He spent a lot of time with me, and never made me feel rushed. I would definitely recommend Dr. Ruzicka anyone."

Patient who saw Dr. Petr Ruzicka PhD FRCP in Trafford General Hospital

"Experienced and knowledgeable surgeon. Very caring, genuine man."

Patient who saw Dr. Amir K R Al-Dabbagh in Trafford General Hospital

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Atrial fibrillation is a major risk factor of stroke. The top heart chambers (atria) fibrillate and stagnation of blood predisposes to clotting; the blood clot can then get dislodged into circulation and finally wedged in one of the arteries in brain cutting off blood supply and causing a stroke.

Rivaroxaban is one of anticoagulants ('blood thinning' drugs) which reduce the risk of excessive clotting and so the risk of stroke. So, the answer is yes - a previous stroke automatically places your mother in the high risk category - but she seems to be on a good treatment to reduce this risk as much as possible.

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