June 2, 2024

Case Presentation – CNS 4

Case Presentation HistoryMrs. Smith, a 55-year-old female, presented with a sudden onset of severe pain in her left ear, accompanied by facial weakness and difficulty closing her left eye. She reported a recent episode of shingles on her left forehead. Comorbidities General Examination Systemic Examination Labs RadiologyMRI of the brain with contrast revealed enhancement of

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Case Presentation – Syndromes 1

History: A 16-year-old male presents with a history of persistent high blood pressure, despite being on multiple antihypertensive medications. Additionally, he reports episodes of muscle weakness and fatigue. No significant family history of hypertension or renal disease is noted, making this case intriguing. Examination: General Examination Systemic Examination Diagnostic Evaluation Laboratory Findings Complete Blood Count

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