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|The CT comma sign is a characteristic sign seen in head trauma.
It is the presence of concurrent epidural and subdural hematomas,
which gives the characteristic appearance of this sign as a “comma” shape.
Chief Complaints: Numbness Lt Arm, 1 Episode of Partial seizure,Lt grip weakness since today morning.
H/o Fall 3 days back.
K/C/O HTN/DM/Post CABG 1994 with implanted defibrillator device (CRTD)/ Post Mechanical Thrombectomy for Rt MCA territory Infarct (March2020) on Ecospirin and T. APIXABAN(last dose today).
Kn chronic smoker and alcoholic.
Pupils B/L 2mm RTL .
Power Lt side 4/5.
Left Hand grip 70%.
Since the patient was having multiple comorbidities with deranged coagulation and the GCS was 15, it was decided to manage the patient conservatively. Ecospirin and APIXABAN were stopped after consulting with a cardiologist and neurologist.
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