<< Transient Ischemic Attack: An Evidence-Based Update (Stroke CME)

Differential Diagnosis

Differentiating true TIAs from the numerous alternative diagnoses that can mimic focal ischemic symptoms can be challenging and time-consuming. Common mimics include complicated migraine, seizure with or without Todd paralysis, hypoglycemia, central nervous system mass lesion, neuropathy, acute vestibular syndrome, vasculitis, and psychogenic causes.

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