Occam’s Razor Is Not Always True: Intracranial Tumor Mimicking Silent Infarction in a Patient With Previous Cerebral Infarction

@inproceedings{Onder2019OccamsRI,
  title={Occam’s Razor Is Not Always True: Intracranial Tumor Mimicking Silent Infarction in a Patient With Previous Cerebral Infarction},
  author={Halil Onder and Ibrahim Akkurt and Guven Arslan and Sahin Hanalioglu},
  year={2019}
}
  • Halil Onder, Ibrahim Akkurt, +1 author Sahin Hanalioglu
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine
  • A 67-year-old male patient was admitted with a complex partial seizure attack characterized by left-sided convulsion lasting 10 min. On neurological examination at admission, the patient was cooperative and orientated, but a mild confusion was recognized. A slight left-sided paralysis was present; other examinations were within normal limits. Upon history taking, it was learned that he had had a left medullary stroke 3 years ago and had been receiving aspirin 300 mg regularly since then… CONTINUE READING

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