Jeethendra Rao

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INTRODUCTION Numb chin syndrome (NCS) is the presence of hypoaesthesia or paraethesia of the lip and chin over the distribution of the mental nerve. It is often caused by the presence of a metastatic tumour in the mandible or the base of skull and represents advanced malignancy. PRESENTATION OF CASE This paper presents an unusual case of NCS associated(More)
A 50-year-old woman developed intractable excessive sleepiness after undergoing the surgical removal of a brainstem cholesteatoma. The 24-hour ambulatory monitoring revealed a normal architecture of sleep contents, with 62.7% of the time spent in sleep. Auditory and somatosensory evoked responses showed abnormal patterns. The MRI scan of her brain showed an(More)
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