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Rare neurological deficit after electric shock  A clinically diagnosed case report
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Poster Title: Rare neurological deficit after electric shock A clinically diagnosed case report
Submitted on 02 Jun 2019
Author(s): Naseebullah, Salman Mansoor, Arsalan Ahmad, Shahid Shah
Affiliations: Shifa International Hospital Islamabad
This poster was presented at International Congress of Interventional Neurology
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Abstract: We report a case of 32 year old male who presented with brachial plexopathy following electric shock injury. Summary: Central nervous system injury is a frequent complication seen with electrocution in which impairment of mental status is commonest. There are also cases of electric shock in literature which resulted in ischaemic stroke due to acute vasospasm, delayed development of motor neuropathy.References:
1. Electrical injuries: neurologic complications
Konstantina G Yiannopoulou MD, author. Dr.
Yiannopoulou of Laiko General Hospital of Athens in
Greece ,www.medlink.com.
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