Large CP Angle tumor Presenting with Long-standing Deafness


40-year old gentleman presented with left-sided hearing loss, which slowly deteriorated over time. At the time of presentation, he was completely deaf. Other symptoms included mild dizziness and imbalance. On examination, he had left-sided sensori-neural hearing loss. Tandem gait was impaired. He had consulted several ENT doctors over the past 4 years, and he wasContinue reading “Large CP Angle tumor Presenting with Long-standing Deafness”

Acute Subdural Hematoma mimicking a stroke


87-year old gentleman was brought to OPD with complaints of right-sided weakness and inability to speak of 48-hours duration. He was apparently well prior to that. He had earlier been treated for cardiac disease, however, details were not known. There was no history of head trauma. On examination, he was conscious, however, had global aphasia.Continue reading “Acute Subdural Hematoma mimicking a stroke”