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A rare cause of stroke..

28 year old male patient presented out partial seizure involving left UL and LL since 5 days along with weakness of left UL and LL. Patient is not a k/c/o diabetes or HTN. No significant past history or family history present. On examination, patient conscious oriented, PR-88/min,BP-122/76, no Pallor icterus lymphadenopathy clubbing. B/L babinski sign (+), power of left U/L and L/L is 4/5. All other systems examination were within normal limit. Seizure was controlled with LAMOTRIGENE 25 OD. Kindly comment on MRI and MRV images and suggest for further evaluation and management.

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