Paparaja Murthy

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Bilateral facial paralysis occurs due to basilar skull fracture which involves temporal bone. It might be is rare. Unlike unilateral facial palsy, it can be difficult to recognize because of a lack of facial asymmetry. Proper clinical history and thorough physical exam are needed for a diagnosis. To confirm high-resolution computed tomography scan and(More)
More than one third of patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) develop clinically significant vasospasm, as a leading morbidity and mortality factor for these patients. It is widely accepted that a) Degradation products of blood are the causative factors of vasospasm b) The amount of subarachnoid blood seen on admission CT is correlated to the risk of(More)
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