UK Guidelines Quiz – Recognising Suspected Neurological Conditions 

Dr Rob Hicks


July 15, 2019

NICE suggests advising the individual that they have probably had an episode of transient global amnesia – a single episode of dense amnesia with no features of epilepsy and complete recovery - and that the likelihood of a recurrence is low. NICE highlights how it is important to distinguish this from transient epileptic amnesia, which is recurrent and requires investigation.


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