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An 82-year-old woman donated her brain to science for post-mortem analysis (see below). Which of the following symptoms did the patient most likely experience before her passing?
Which of the following syndromes are most likely associated with the lesion shown in the image below?
A 45-year-old female with a past medical history of hypertension and medication non-adherence presents to the emergency department with weakness on the left side of the body and a drooping right eye. Her blood pressure is 220/100. On physical exam, her right eye is inferiorly and laterally deviated and the pupil is non-reactive. Her strength was 3/5 on the left side. MRI brain identifies an ischemic lesion. Based on the clinical exam, which of the following arteries is most likely the cause of the patient’s symptoms?
Identify the finding noted with a blue arrow.
A 65-year-old male presents with an acute onset of back pain, bilateral lower extremity weakness, and bladder incontinence. A physical exam reveals decreased strength and loss of pain and temperature sensation in both legs. Vibratory and light touch sensation and proprioception remain intact. A lesion to which of the following arteries would most likely be responsible for this clinical presentation?
Which of the following is the most likely cause of the findings seen on this gross pathology image?
Which of the following dermatomes are correctly matched with their associated anatomical location?
A 47-year-old former football player with a history of diabetes and hypertension presents to the EMG lab with left upper extremity weakness and pain. Motor and sensory nerve conduction studies were normal. An EMG was performed and shown below. What is the most likely diagnosis?
While on the consult service you are called to see a patient from the surgical ICU whose hospital course has been complicated by a prolonged episode of ventricular tachycardia and hypoperfusion. After a return to spontaneous circulation, an MRI is performed due to concerns for ischemic stroke. MRI shows bilateral parietal-occipital hyperintensities on diffusion-weighted imaging consistent with watershed infarcts. Once he recovers from his cardiac event, what neurologic symptoms would you expect based on the MRI findings?