A young man in “double-trouble”: Hallucinations and cranial nerve palsies

@inproceedings{Bradshaw2019AYM,
  title={A young man in “double-trouble”: Hallucinations and cranial nerve palsies},
  author={Michael John. Bradshaw and Robert P. Lisak and Ethan Meltzer and Esther Melamed and Ashlea Lucas and L{\'e}orah Freeman and Teresa C. Frohman and Kathleen Costello and Laura Balcer and Steven L. Galetta and Tanuja Chitnis and Scott S. Zamvil and Elliot M. Frohman},
  booktitle={Neurology(R) neuroimmunology & neuroinflammation},
  year={2019}
}
A 17-year-old man was brought to the emergency department with several weeks of irritability, insomnia, and depression, followed by 1 week of nonsensical speech and visual, nonthreatening hallucinations. His medical history included depression and Sydenham chorea diagnosed when he was aged 12 years with positive ASO titer and anti-DNAse B antibodies. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society Case Conference Proceedings are both a live educational Webinar, in conjunction with a peer review… CONTINUE READING

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