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Case 1: 60-year-old. Double vision, dizziness.
Case 2: 65-year-old. Altered mental status.
Case 3: 65-year-old. Altered mental status.
Case 4: 68-year-old. Dysphagia and aphasia.
Case 5: 82-year-old with right hemiparesis.
Case 6: 70-year-old with confusion.
Case 7: 60-year-old with right sided weakness.
Case 8: 70-year-old with right-sided weakness.
Case 9: 68-year old with aphasia.
Case 10: 50-year-old with right-sided weakness.
Case 11: 65-year-old with right visual field defects.
Case 12: 65-year-old with right-sided weakness.
Case 13: 60-year-old with left-sided weakness.
Case 14: 60-year-old with left-sided stroke symptoms.
Case 15: 60-year-old with bilateral weakness.
Case 16: 50-year-old with right-sided weakness.
Case 17: 65-year-old with right-sided weakness.
Case 18: 60-year-old with altered mental status.
Case 19: 55-year-old with aphasia.
Case 20: 60-year-old with left-sided weakness.
Case 21: 60-year-old with left hemiparesis.
Case 22: 60-year-old with left visual field defects.
Case 23: 68-year-old with weakness.
Case 24: 60-year-old with bilateral weakness.
Case 25: 90-year-old with acute left hemiplegia.
Case 26: 70 year old with new left sided hemiparesis
Case 27: 45 y/o male with right hemiparesis and aphasia
Case 28: 93 y/o female with left sided hemiplegia.
Case 29: 45 y/o female with acute onset left sided weakness, right gaze deviation.
Case 30: 62 y/o male with acute aphasia.
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Content reviewed: July 15, 2021