Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis. August 2023 neuromaging cases and interpretation from the Carolinas Medical Center
A 10-month-old male is brought into ED by his parents with unexplained reduced level of consciousness and vomiting.
A 54-year-old man walks into emergency 3 hours after a 150kg plank of wood fell on his head. He has obvious external signs of head injury
April 2022 neuromaging cases and interpretation with Andrew Perron, Faith Meyers MD and Steven Perry MD and Professor Michael Gibbs.
A 22yo male is brought in by ambulance after a tonic-clonic seizure which self-terminated after approximately five minutes.
A 34-year-old man is brought into ED one hour after a 4m fall from a roof. He had a brief loss of consciousness immediately following the fall, then subsequently regained consciousness.
A 40-year-old female, is brought into ED with an abrupt onset of reduced level of consciousness. She had been experiencing several days of headache prior to presentation.
23-year-old male self presents to emergency following a fall whilst intoxicated with alcohol. He sustained injuries to his head and face
A 35-year-old male presents after a workplace injury. He suffered a penetrating globe injury when a 7.5cm nail from a nail gun penetrated his right eye.
35 yo female presents with left eye proptosis, left eyelid swelling and a divergent strabismus. A CT brain is performed.
A 55 yo women presents with altered level of consciousness and hypertension. A CT brain is performed.
A 55-year-old lady presents with an abrupt drop in GCS following a severe occipital headache and vomiting for the preceding 24 hours.