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Leprosy is a granulomatous disease primarily affecting the skin and peripheral nerves caused by Mycobacterium leprae, but also significantly involving sinonasal cavities and cranial nerves. It continues to be a significant public health problem, and despite multidrug therapy, it can still cause significant morbidity. The awareness of cranial nerve,(More)
Steno-occlusive disease of the internal carotid arteries and/or the circle of Willis with development of collateral perforator vessels attempting to supply under-perfused parenchyma are the basis for moya-moya phenomenon with the classic "puff of smoke" appearance on cerebral angiogram. We describe two cases of moya-moya with unilateral macroangiopathy of(More)
X-Linked sensorineuronal hearing loss (SNHL) is a rare but recognized cause of bilateral SNHL associated with CSF gusher. We report a case presenting a varied imaging spectrum and clinical scenario of a one year old boy with unilateral profound hearing loss and recurrent meningitis due to spontaneous oval window gusher. Imaging showed a unilateral(More)
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