Sandro Santini

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Background Warning symptoms or “red flags” are useful in targeting which patients with headache require investigation. Many red flags, even with normal neurological examination, are the cause of neuroimaging (CT or MRI) overutilization, in addition to patient reassurance. Optimizing headache neuroimaging practices should be a major priority. The aim of our(More)
Prosopagnosia was due to a right occipito-temporal infarct, but clinical and computed tomographic features emphasized a previous symmetrical damage in the left side. The case reported, and especially elaboration of literature data relative to this peculiar type of visual agnosia, suggest that bilaterality of cerebral lesions in the determining factor of(More)
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