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A 68-year-old woman presented following an episode of witnessed sudden-onset memory loss after lifting a heavy plant while gardening. Her husband's description of the event suggested that there was retrograde and anterograde amnesia with repetitive questioning. Speech, motor function and vision were unaffected. The episode spontaneously resolved after 2 h. Her medical history included hypertension and hypercholesterolaemia controlled with lisinopril and atorvastatin. On admission she was fully conscious and alert and neurological examination …
Contributors TW, JJ and PD performed literature review. TW wrote the manuscript and FG and JJ reviewed and edited the article.
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