Limb-shaking TIA: on the borders of evidence-based medicine

@article{Carolei2017LimbshakingTO,
  title={Limb-shaking TIA: on the borders of evidence-based medicine},
  author={Antonio Carolei and Pietro Amedeo Modesti},
  journal={Internal and Emergency Medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={12},
  pages={675-677}
}
The case reported by Tiseo et al. [1] underlies the importance of considering and recognizing low cerebral perfusion among the possible causes of jerky unilateral hyperkinetic movements. In this case, the diagnostic difficulty lies in the fact that ischemic brain damage is a common cause of epilepsy in the elderly. A careful history and eyewitness description is crucial to the differentiation of seizures and psychogenic non-epileptic seizures [2]. A wide range of paroxysmal neurological events… CONTINUE READING
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