We report the case of 69 years old female with a history of uncontrolled type 2 diabetes, who presented refractory and chronic right-sided purulent otorrhea with temporal headaches for 6 months, treated with no improvement by multiple attempts of ambulatory empiric therapy.
Pseudomeningoceles are rare complications of laminectomy surgery. Such clinical condition results from an inadvertent surgical dural rupture. We describe in the present study the report of a patient who developed iatrogenic pseudomeningocele in the lumbar region after performing a left laminectomy in L5 topography.
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common degenerative brain disease in the aged population. By 2050, AD prevalence is expected to increase from 4.7 million (based on 2010 census) to 13.8 million people. It is characterized by the progressive decline of cognition and memory, as well as changes in behavior and personality.
This simple method specifically stained ramified microglia in rat cerebral cortex, and the quality was quite comparable to that obtained by an indirect fluorescent antibody technique (IFAT) and an avidin biotin-peroxidase complex method (ABCM).
Tuberous Sclerosis Complex or Bourneville’s disease is an autosomal dominant disease with high penetrance and variability characterized by multisystem involvement by benign lesions, originally defined by the classic triad of Vogt: sebaceous adenoma, epilepsy and mental retardation.
This is a report to create awareness among clinicians on a very rare condition of thunderclap headache. A 51-year-old lady presented with recurrent thunderclap headaches over the preceding 3 days. In this report, the clinical presentation, investigation and management for Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndrome (RCVS) including its outcome are described.
Priapism as such is rare in spinal cord injury. It can be ischemic or non ischemic Priapism. The ischemic variety is painful and spontaneous while non ischemic is painless making diagnosis delayed. Penile gas gangrene in spinal cord injury is rare, but could be initiated in patients with ischemic Priapism as a triggering factor.
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