CTBIE records did not include data related to other ACRM criteria (i.
The inconsistent (Clinician N/ ACRM Y, Clinician Y/ACRM N) groups did not differ from one another on any NSI health symptom domain.
Numerous factors likely affected the Clinician N/ ACRM Y outcome.
The ACRM also lists a number of other physical, cognitive, and behavioral symptoms as further evidence that mild TBI has occurred, including nausea, dizziness, vomiting, headache, disturbed vision, decreased concentration, fatigue, lethargy, memory loss, irritability, and emotional lability.
Part of the ACRM diagnosis of TBI depends on the duration of PTA.