<< Transient Global Amnesia: Emergency Department Evaluation And Management


Patients with amnestic syndromes are most likely to present to the ED in the acute setting. While emergency clinicians must be aware of the specific criteria for making the diagnosis of TGA, the emergency clinician’s first priority in assessing a patient with acute memory loss is to consider and rule out other dangerous conditions, mainly by addressing any concurrent symptoms or risks.

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