A 61-year-old male presents after a 30-foot fall while he was intoxicated. He was found to have several lacerations and abrasions on his arms, legs, and head but did not complain of pain in any specific anatomical location. The next day the primary treatment team intubated and sedated the patient due to severe alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
Alcohol abuse, otherwise no significant history.
The patient is intubated and sedated
Unable to obtain a neurological exam.