Six months later, the woman again presents to the emergency room complaining of brief, sharp pain radiating into the left side of her face. The vision in her right eye has largely recovered, and there is no evidence of sensory loss on the right side of her face. She describes the pain as ice pick-like and grimaces with each attack. She is most likely to have symptomatic relief from her facial pain if she is managed with
On further questioning, the patient reveals that she has had recurrent episodes of bed wetting (enuresis) over the preceding month. This should decrease with the administration of
Over the course of the next few months, she develops painful spasticity in her left leg that interferes with flexion of her leg. The spasticity progresses to the point of interfering with her sleep. She should now be treated with
A newborn infant has a cystic swelling at the base of the spine that is covered with hyperpigmented skin and some coarse hair. Which of the following is the most likely explanation?
A 34-year old patient has reported cessation of her menstrual periods and then her eyesight began to worsen. Primary atrophy of optic nerves has been detected as well as bitemporal hemianopsia.
For 3 years patient has been treated by ophthalmologists in outpatient and inpatient settings but her eyesight was progressively decreasing. At visual acuity of 0.02, 0.03 and prominent primary atrophy of the optic nerves select the supplemental investigation which will make it possible to set the diagnosis.
EEG (electroencephalography of the brain);
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What sign is represented on a picture? (Рис.Fig._1)
What clinical form of head injury is represented by this tomogram? (Рис.Fig._2)