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Differential Diagnosis

TGA is such a distinct clinical entity that when it is observed in the absence of other symptoms and changes, there are exceedingly few mimics that should plausibly be included in a differential diagnosis. When other abnormal signs or symptoms are present, those symptoms should take precedence and guide the formulation of a differential diagnosis and investigation. Rarely, however, certain other entities can present as TGA.

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