Paroxysmal sympathetic hyperactivity (previously known as sympathetic storming) is a pattern of recurrent episodic sympathetic activation which may occur after severe brain injury (most often traumatic or anoxic). Prompt recognition of this diagnosis may facilitate appropriate treatment, thereby stabilizing the patient and avoiding aggravation of the underlying brain injury.
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