<< Severe Traumatic Brain Injury In Adults (Trauma CME)

Differential Diagnosis

Although the diagnosis of severe TBI may be readily apparent based on the history and physical examination, the clinician must maintain an early broad differential. A primary medical event such as stroke, syncope, cardiac arrest, or seizure may have caused the traumatic incident and should be considered as an etiology of the patient’s altered mental status.

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