24.05.2017     16:00–17:30

Oral Session 5
Interesting and challenging cases

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Oral Session
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24.05.2017
16:00–17:30

Oral Session 5
Interesting and challenging cases

Type:
Oral Session
Room:


16:00–16:10 OP 027 Recurrent stroke-mimic accompanied by reversible signal enhancement on diffusion-weighted MRI in a patient with recurrent episodes of hypoglycemia
Christopher J. Schwarzbach (Mannheim/Germany)


16:10–16:20 OP 028 The original description of locked-in syndrome – Noirtier de Villeforte in The Count of Monte Cristo
Peter M Fernandes (Edinburgh/United Kingdom)


16:20–16:30 OP 029 Cardioembolic stroke from an atrial myxoma in a pediatric patient – a case report and review of literature
Ahmed Aldajani (Dammam/Saudi Arabia)


16:30–16:40 OP 030 Use of thrombolysis for ischaemic stroke in pregnancy – a case report
Asim Khan (Basildon/United Kingdom)


16:40–16:50 OP 031 Bilateral internal carotid artery dissection causing acute stroke in a young patient with rheumatoid arthritis – an uncommon phenomenon raising questions of aetiology, and pathogenesis
Garrett Hess (London/United Kingdom)


16:50–17:00 OP 032 Eosinophilic vasculitis – a challenging diagnosis of stroke medicine
Johannes Woehrle (Koblenz/Germany)


17:00–17:10 OP 033 Case report – a cortical conundrum – an unusual case of blindness and seizures
Alasdair Miller (Bristol/United Kingdom)


17:10–17:20 OP 034 Normal acutely performed CT scan of the brain may give a false sense of safety prior to use of antiplatelets in transient focal neurological episodes
Natalie McNeela (Telford/United Kingdom), Meena Srinivasan (Telford/United Kingdom)


17:20–17:30 OP 035 Stroke in fetus with hemolytic disease
Olga Lvova (Yekaterinburg/Russian Federation)