Neurosyphilis: an Important Cause of Recurrent Strokes

  • Mohammad Ghaznain, Una Sutton-Fitzpatrick, Mary-Teresa Donnelly
  • Published 2017


Background: Neurosyphilis can manifest as recurrent brain infarction, although not frequently, but can be challenging to diagnose due to atypical presentations. Case report: A 43-year-old male with history of smoking presented to the Midland Regional Hospital, Tullamore (MRHT), Offaly, Ireland, with focal speech deficit and arm/leg weakness for 3 days… (More)


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@inproceedings{Ghaznain2017NeurosyphilisAI, title={Neurosyphilis: an Important Cause of Recurrent Strokes}, author={Mohammad Ghaznain and Una Sutton-Fitzpatrick and Mary-Teresa Donnelly}, year={2017} }