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A 91-year-old man presented to the emergency department with drowsiness and right-sided weakness. He was last seen well 5 h ago. On examination, his GCS was E2V2M4; eyes were deviated to the left. Right upper motor neuron type facial nerve palsy, right-sided hypertonia and hyperreflexia were apparent. The initial non-contrast CT of the …
Contributors SC compiled the article; SMT reviewed and revised it.
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