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Acute Disseminated Postinfectious and Postvaccination Encephalomyelitis

Bal Concentric Sclerosis Pathology

A 42-year-old man, with a 3-week history of muscle and stomach aches and cough, suddenly developed headaches, neck pain, fever, and left hemiparesis. Four days later, he became hemiplegic and comatose. Six days after the headaches began, he died. Grossly, the hemispheric white matter displayed multiple petechial hemorrhages. Histologic section shows fibrinoid necrosis of a small vessel, dense perivascular and diffuse parenchymal infiltrations with neutrophils and lymphocytes, and small hemorrhages (HE). Acute hemorrhagic leukoencephalitis. A 42-year-old man, with a 3-week history of muscle and stomach aches and cough, suddenly developed headaches, neck pain, fever, and left hemiparesis. Four days later, he became hemiplegic and comatose. Six days after the headaches began, he died. Grossly, the hemispheric white matter displayed multiple petechial hemorrhages. Histologic section shows fibrinoid necrosis of a small vessel, dense perivascular and...

Carotid artery occlusion and dissection

Non-invasive diagnosis of ICA dissection is difficult since most of these lesions have variable locations often involving distal ICA at the entrance to the skull 143,144 . The diagnosis is often based on indirect evidence of the distal ICA lesion and may be impossible until the dissection becomes hemodynamically significant or descends to the field of insonation. Patient history often points to trauma, neck manipulation, neck pain or episodes of excessive coughing or sneezing with respiratory infection, etc. 145-147 .

Assessment And Plan For Mrs N

Migraine headaches. 54-year-old woman with migraine headaches since childhood, with a throbbing vascular pattern and frequent nausea and vomiting. Headaches are associated with stress and relieved by sleep and cold compresses. There is no papilledema, and there are no motor or sensory deficits on the neurologic examination. The differential diagnosis includes tension headache, also associated with stress, but there is no relief with massage, and the pain is more throbbing than aching. There are no fever, stiff neck, or focal findings to suggest meningitis, and lifelong recurrent pattern makes subarachnoid hemorrhage unlikely (usually described as the worst headache of my life ). Plan

He Is Not Well Enough to Do Much

From a clinical point of view, when illness or even persistent symptoms, unbeknown to the affected parties, begin to resolve long-standing marital conflicts, it presents a challenge of insurmountable proportions. This case illustrates the point. Mr. Vince was involved in a minor car accident in which he sustained a whiplash injury. Following the accident, he decompensated rather rapidly and his functional capacity decreased dramatically. He was married for 7 years, and the marriage was characterized as argumentative. The central source of this conflict was Mrs. Vince's conviction that her husband was destined for a better life. She was clearly ambitious for him. On his part, he was easygoing and quite content with his way of life. Nevertheless, he felt unfairly criticized by his wife for his seeming lack of drive.

Arterial Dissection

A dissection of the carotids and vertebrals presents with unilateral headaches, neck pain, Horner syndrome, ipsilateral cranial nerve deficits, and TIAs. It may culminate in a cerebral hemispheric or brainstem infarct. Angiogram confirms the diagnosis by demonstrating segmental luminal narrowing (string sign).

Mrs Christy

Christy (see Chapter 2), in her early forties, presents a contrast to that of Mrs. Gardner. Mrs. Christy was involved in an automobile accident, receiving a whiplash injury. She recovered from the injury, but the accident left her with frequent headaches that were so severe that she decided to leave her job as a legal secretary. She would be virtually bed-bound by her headaches for 1 or 2 days at a time. These attacks occurred unpredictably. All medical investigations related to the headache were negative.

Intracranial Injury

The mechanism of brain injury is considered to be a whiplash motion of acceleration and deceleration, coupled with a rotational force, during a shaking episode of an infant, where the head is unsupported. Shaking alone may lead to brain injury, although in many instances there may be other forms of head trauma, including impact injuries (35,36). Impact may be against a hard surface, leading to external injury and an associated skull fracture, or against a soft surface, with no associated external injury. Hypoxia may also lead to brain injury from impairment of ventilation during chest squeezing, suffocation, or strangulation (26).

Heartsink Patients

Of six patients with a wide variety of complex physical, psychological and social problems, 1 definitely obtained benefit from nabilone, whilst 3 others probably were helped. The former preferred smoking cannabis for his neck pain and insomnia opted for this approach. The other 3 were discontinued due to difficulties with assessment.

Andrea Lazzaretto

Deep abscesses of the neck are less-common causes of acute wheezing, but they have the potential to be very serious. They are located in the peritonsillar, retropharyngeal, and pharyngomaxillary spaces. Retropharyngeal abscess affects children 2-4 years old and manifest as severe odynophagia, dysphagia, stiff neck, drooling, and airway obstruction. The posterior pharyngeal wall may show swelling or fluctuant mass. Peritonsillar abscess is an infection of the superior pole of the tonsils and is more common in young teenagers. Fever, severe sore throat, muffled voice, drooling, trismus, and neck pain sue typical symptoms. Enlarged tonsils with abscess, cervical adenopathy, and deviation of the uvula may be obvious on physical examination. CT scan of the neck is the most helpful diagnostic modality for identifying deep neck abscesses. The predominant pathogens are Streptococcus pyogenes, S. aureus, and anaerobes. Ampicillin-sulbactam or clindamycin for 14 days is appropriate treatment....

Pineocytoma Grade

An 11-year-old girl presented with a 1-week history of headaches, vomiting, and confusion. She had a stiff neck, papilledema, slowly reacting pupils, and vertical gaze palsy (Parinaud syndrome). She died of hypothalamic dysfunction 2 weeks following a shunting procedure. An egg-sized pineal gland tumor compresses the midbrain tectum and extends into the third ventricle. It is loosely attached to the wall of the ventricle. B. The tumor cells, resembling pineocytes, form groups separated by mesenchymal septa (HE). A. Pineocytoma. An 11-year-old girl presented with a 1-week history of headaches, vomiting, and confusion. She had a stiff neck, papilledema, slowly reacting pupils, and vertical gaze palsy (Parinaud syndrome). She died of hypothalamic dysfunction 2 weeks following a shunting procedure. An egg-sized pineal gland tumor compresses the midbrain tectum and extends into the third ventricle. It is loosely attached to the wall of the ventricle. B. The tumor cells,...