Firas Bannout

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Cranial palsies are a very rare feature of SLE. Similarly, peripheral sensory-motor axonal neuropathy is very uncommon in SLE. The combination of the two as the presenting symptoms of SLE is a diagnostic challenge particularly in an elderly male patient with a known diagnosis of sarcoidosis. This case serves to highlight the diagnostic considerations in(More)
Accurate preoperative evaluation of language dominance is critical when evaluating potential patients for temporal lobe epilepsy surgery. Although most people have left-sided language dominance, a minority of patients have been described with either bilateral or right hemispheric dominance. We present a patient with right temporal lobe epilepsy who(More)
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