The author reports the case of a 54-year-old male patient with a pontine hematoma and with the one-and-a-half syndrome, cerebellar ataxia and no signs of pyramidal tract involvement. The absence of involvement of the pyramidal tract in the case reported herein is likely due to variation in the vascular anatomy of the pons. The pathophysiologic mechanisms of… (More)
Headache associated with low spinal fluid pressure is a common clinical feature of ease management. The author reports a case with spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid hypotension, and discuss clinical aspects and pathophysiological mechanisms of this entity.