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One of my patients on the Neurology ward is in fact a patient with high grade Glioma. He presented in a TIA clinic last year and his initial CT brain was Normal. His clinical history was non-specific.. I wounder how often we see such patients with TIA dignosis and turned up to be a space occupying lesion. TIA/stroke mimics is an important subject that needs to be considered for the junior doctors training.