Acute Stroke Clinical Cases

Clinical Vignettes and Case Discussions

Bilateral Occipital Infarcts - A rare case of patient presenting with clinical signs of Anton–Babinski syndrome

A 79 year old female presents with altered consciousness and inability to see.

Perfusion Images Demonstrating Involved Areas

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Case of Immediate Improvement after Thrombectomy

A 69 year old female is transported from a peripheral hospital 3.5hrs after onset of symptoms.

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Poor Collaterals - An Excepted Course

A very young patient presents with saddle PE and acute vascular occlusion. Collateral assessment is key to determining the clinical course. 

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Right ACA Occlusion on mCTA

77 year old female presented with acute left leg weakness. On Warfarin for a known Atrial fibrillation, elevated INR. LSN 3 hours. NIHSS <6

Baseline imaging: NCCT- 10:04 am

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Tandem Occlusion of ICA and MCA

53 year old female with acute left hemiparesis, hemineglect and dysarthria. NIHSS >15. LSN- Unknown.

Baseline Imaging:  NCCT: 12:17 pm

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44 year old male with acute onset speech difficulty. LSN 2 hours. NIHSS5

44 year old male with acute onset speech difficulty. LSN 2 hours. NIHSS<5

Baseline imaging: NCCT – 09:02 am

 

 

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