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Transient Global Amnesia (TGA)

Tom Robertson, MD and Neda Frayha, MD
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Imagine waking up and suddenly being A&O x 1. You know who you are, but not anything about your surroundings or what day or time it is. Transient global amnesia is a diagnosis that often presents to the primary care office and can be totally alarming for everyone involved. Is it linked to a risk of stroke or TIA? How long does it take to resolve? Can it happen again? In this segment, Tom Robertson and Neda Frayha help us become more A&O to this fascinating diagnosis.  

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