66 Results for mystery case

  1. Mystery Case: Diagnostic challenges in a young patient with hypereosinophilia

    ... state leading to thrombosis. Subacute progressive dementia and acute encephalopathy have been attributed to the diffuse toxin-mediated neuronal damage and direct infiltration of eosinophils into nervous tissue.6 In...

    • Ortiz, Jorge G. MD; Douglas, Preston W. MD; Gill, Chandler E. MD; Mehrotra, Swati MD; Biller, José MD
    • Neurology
    • September 26, 2017
  2. Mystery Case: Don't fall for pseudo-INO!

    A 31-year-old woman with a 4-day history of diplopia showed slow adducting saccades in the left eye (pseudo–internuclear ophthalmoplegia [P-INO]1,2; see video 1 at...

    • Traber, Ghislaine L. MD; Valko, Yulia MD; Gulik, Renata; Weber, Konrad P. MD
    • Neurology
    • May 30, 2017
  3. Mystery Case: Tortuous hairs and tortuous blood vessels

    ... Link]2. Han HC. Twisted blood vessels: symptoms, etiology and biomechanical mechanisms. J Vasc Res 2012;49:185–197. Buy Now[Context Link]Mystery Case responsesThe Mystery Case series was initiated by the Neurology

    • Sharawat, Indar Kumar MD; Suthar, Renu DM; Vyas, Sameer MD; Rawat, Amit MD; Sankhyan, Naveen DM
    • Neurology
    • March 27, 2018
  4. Mystery Case: CNS posttransplant lymphoproliferative disorder

    ... lymphoma?GO TO SECTION 3SECTION 3 [Context Link]We describe a case of primary CNS-PTLD as a complication of renal transplantation. PTLD is a potentially fatal complication among recipients of solid organ transplant (SOT

    • Kesari, Navin K. MD
    • Neurology
    • July 25, 2017
  5. Mystery Case: A case of fulminant encephalopathy in a 69-year-old woman

    ... of viral encephalitis, classically presents with bilateral asymmetric involvement of the limbic system and medial temporal lobes, and the arboviruses often involve the basal ganglia, and neither is the case here.2...

    • Lamotte, Guillaume MD; Williams, Cassie BMath
    • Neurology
    • August 29, 2017
  6. Mystery Case: EEG FOLDer

    ...MYSTERY CASE RESPONSESThe Mystery Case series was initiated by the Neurology® Resident & Fellow Section to develop the clinical reasoning skills of trainees. Residency programs, medical student preceptors

    • Nita, Dragos A. MD, PhD
    • Neurology
    • November 27, 2012