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  • Transient global amnesia

    A disorder that affects mainly old people who have not sustained a recent head injury and who do not have epilepsy; characterized by the abrupt onset of the inability to form memories (i.e., anterograde amnesia) and the resulting bewilderment; during the episode, which may last minutes to a few hours, the person is fully conscious, oriented, can perform complex activities, and has a normal result on neurologic examination; of uncertain etiology, but currently most often attributed to an ischemic episode affecting the mesial temporal lobe region.

  • Transient global amnesia

    The incidence has been estimated between 14 per 100,000 per annum. These tests are important if the diagnosisof TGA is in doubt. If symptoms have occurred more than once, then at least a routine EEG should be done to help investigate a seizure possibility by demonstrating any interictal activity.

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