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Abrupt onset of disturbed vigilance, bilateral third nerve palsy and masturbating behaviour: a rare presentation of stroke

By Karl Mondon, Isabelle Bonnaud, Séverine Debiais, Paul Brunault, Denis Saudeau, Bertrand de Toffol and Alain Autret

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The clinical presentation of stroke usually includes sensory–motor impairment, cranial nerve palsies, or cognitive dysfunction. Disorders in behaviour are less frequently seen. The case of a patient with a very disturbing presentation, which included a disturbance in vigilance, bilateral third nerve palsy and masturbating behaviour, is presented. The topography of the lesions and its implications on the deficits observed are discussed

Topics: Emergency Casebook
Publisher: BMJ Group
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2660103
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