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Table 2 Structured assessment of transient focal and nonfocal neurological symptoms

From: Cohort study ON Neuroimaging, Etiology and Cognitive consequences of Transient neurological attacks (CONNECT): study rationale and protocol

Focal Nonfocal
Hemiparesis Decreased consciousness or unconsciousness
Hemihypesthesia Confusion
Dysphasia Amnesia
Dysarthria Unsteadiness
Hemianopia Nonrotatory dizziness
Transient monocular blindness Positive visual phenomena
Hemiataxia Paresthesias
Diplopia Bilateral weakness of arms or legs
Vertigo Unwell feelings
  1. All symptoms should have a sudden onset, rapid clearance and last <24 hours.