Ipsilateral headache associated with hypoglossal nerve palsy is uncommon and is usually reported to be secondary to internal carotid artery dissection. Herein, we report three idiopathic cases of berign ipsilateral headache with hypoglossal nerve palsy.
Pulmonary hemorrhage is infrequently encountered in pediatrics. It can occur in isolation or in association with an underlying condition. We report a case of diffuse pulmonary hemorrhage as a presenting syndrome of HIV disease.