Recurrent continuous intractable motor seizures (epilepsy partialis continua).
Loading Stack -
0 images remaining
Unilateral left sided cerebral atrophy is seen with multiple T2/FLAIR hyperintense areas in left basal ganglia and parieto-occipital region, and ex-vacuo dilatation of left lateral ventricle (particularly trigone).
3 case questions available
In view of typical history of continuous partial motor seizures, and typical MR morphology-signal pattern, Rasmussen's encephalitis is considered as primary diagnosis.
Differential diagnosis of similar brain morphology: