MRI

After interim loss to follow-up, the patient was referred for imaging three years later due to repetitive symptoms comprising left-sided facial droop and simultaneous weakness and numbness of the left arm and leg

No evidence of su...
Axial T2 FLAIR
No evidence of subarachnoid hemorrhage or focal abnormalities. Reactive gliosis neighboring loss of substance in right artery of Heubner territory and associated dilatation of right lateral ventricle, cornu frontale.
Modality: MRI (T2 FLAIR)

- “ The symptom complex of fluctuating unilateral motor, sensory or sensorimotor deficits simultaneously affecting the face, arm, and leg (i.e. clinic...”

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