35 Results for e-pearl

  1. E-Pearl: Brachial artery embolus mimicking acute stroke

    ...PEARL * Limb arterial embolism should be considered in the differential diagnosis of acute monoparesis because the diagnosis may be missed if the other typical manifestations of this presentation (pain, pallor

    • Holmstedt, Christine DO; Chimowitz, Marc MBChB
    • Neurology
    • May 03, 2011
  2. Media and Book Reviews: Clinical Neurology and Neuroanatomy: A Localization-Based Approach

    ... are distilled into 14 concise chapters, full of clinical pearls and practical advice for the reader. Throughout the text, Dr. Berkowitz adopts an enjoyable narrative style, making the reader feel as if he or she is...

    • McGrath, Emer R. MB, PhD
    • Neurology
    • May 02, 2017
  3. Pearls & Oy-sters: Retrievable and awake: A case report of solitaire stent employment for venous pulsatile tinnitus

    ...PEARLS * Intracranial venous sinus malformation is a rare but treatable condition among patients with idiopathic pulsatile tinnitus. * Retrievable devices under local anesthesia may promote a simultaneous diagnosis

    • Du, Zhihua MD; Liu, Xinfeng MD; Cao, Xiangyu MD; Chen, Xinping MD; Mang, Jing MD
    • Neurology
    • June 13, 2017
  4. Pearls & Oy-sters: Paraneoplastic cerebral vasculitis: Rare cause of spontaneous convexity subarachnoid hemorrhage

    ...Pearls• Convexity subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) represents 6% to 7% of all cases of subarachnoid hemorrhage, with cerebral amyloid angiopathy and reversible cerebral vasospasm accounting for 55% to 70% of all cases.Oy

    • Patil, Anuja MD, DM; Shree, Ritu MD; Naheed, Darakhshan MD; Goyal, Manoj K. MD, DM; Mehta, Sahil MD, DM; Ahuja, Chirag K. MD, DM; Radotra, Bishan D. MD, DM; Lal, Vivek MD, DM
    • Neurology
    • February 27, 2018
  5. Pearls & Oy-sters: Positional vertigo and vertical nystagmus in medulloblastoma: A picture is worth a thousand words

    ...Pearls• Eye movement abnormalities can be helpful with topical localization.• Vertical nystagmus (downbeat and upbeat nystagmus) is typically caused by posterior fossa lesions. Other causes include medication side

    • Kronenbuerger, Martin MD; Olivi, Alessandro MD; Zee, David S. MD
    • Neurology
    • January 23, 2018
  6. Pearls & Oy-sters: Symptomatic cerebral vasospasm on conventional angiography following temporal lobe epilepsy surgery

    ...PEARLS * Cerebral vasospasm is a complication of temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) surgery. * Cerebral vasospasm is associated with increased incidence of reversible and permanent neurologic deficit after TLE surgery.OY

    • Rao, Shyam MD; Narayanan, Sandra MD; Nanjireddy, Reena MD; Mittal, Sandeep MD; Basha, Maysaa MD
    • Neurology
    • June 06, 2017