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77 Possible Causes for Headache, Prominent Sulci

  • Chronic Daily Headaches

    If a headache becomes constant in 72 hours it is new daily persistent headache instead of chronic tension-type headache which develops more slowly.[] Finally ( viii ), we found that (like CSD) the spreading phenomenon did not cross prominent sulci (e.g., the parieto-occipital sulcus).[] Three subcategories emerged, with 37% having frequent headaches but not daily, 43.5% having episodic daily headaches, and 19.5% having a continuous headache.[]

  • Leptomeningeal Metastasis

    All patients suffered from severe headache and nausea. The primary lesion was histologically diagnosed as lung adenocarcinoma in each case.[] The lesions were more prominent in the cerebellar sulci compared with in the cerebral sulci.[] A patient with uvular cancer presented with lower limb weakness and paresthesiae, headache, neck stiffness and multiple cranial palsies.[]

  • Hypertensive Encephalopathy

    Three patients are described who experienced headache from hypertension: one had acute headache from acute hypertension, one had daily, morning headaches from chronic hypertension[] There was complete resolution of cerebral edema in all patients and mild interval prominence of the cerebral sulci, which can indicate cerebral volume loss, in three out of[] A 68-year-old woman presented with thunderclap headache, which led to a search for subarachnoid hemorrhage.[]

  • Glioblastoma Multiforme

    Main presenting symptoms included headache (85%), nausea or vomiting (65%), and seizures (35%). Papilledema (45%) was the most common physical finding.[] (a) On an axial nonenhanced CT scan, the sulci in the right hemisphere are normally prominent; on the left, the parietal sulci are effaced within a wedge-shaped region of[] headache.[]

  • Neurosyphilis

    Abstract A 36-year-old man presented with facial nerve palsy, hearing loss, vertigo and headache.[] Holland et al reported the CT scan findings in 3 patients with meningovascular syphilis. [2] Less prominence of the cortical sulci in our first case suggested cortical atrophy[] Also, there was a marked diffuse cortical atrophy, more accentuated fronto-temporo-insular, with the enlargement of the sulci, of the anterior interemispheric fissure and[]

  • Congenital Hepatic Fibrosis

    A: A patient with Bardet-Biedl syndrome with normal findings; B: The circled area depicts cerebellar vermis atrophy manifested by more prominent folds/sulci, associated with[]

  • Meningovascular Syphilis

    […] and vasculitis; Tonsilar ectopia and headaches; Post-traumatic headaches; Metabolic headaches; Temporomandibular joint disorders, bruxism, and headaches.[] Holland et al reported the CT scan findings in 3 patients with meningovascular syphilis. [2] Less prominence of the cortical sulci in our first case suggested cortical atrophy[] The infection has symptom headache, has symptom neck stiffness, has symptom dizziness, has symptom behavioral abnormalities, has symptom poor concentration, has symptom memory[]

  • Osteitis Deformans

    With skull implication, symptoms like headaches, hearing loss, vertigo, tinnitus, changes in vision and cranial nerve palsies occur.[] Patient had an enlarged cranium with broad, prominent forehead and severely protrusive, expanded maxilla, caused obliteration of nasolabial sulci.[] Clinical symptoms: headache, bowing and shortening of the legs, the arms appear relatively long, enlargement of the head (hat and dentures no longer fit), and in extreme cases[]

  • Citrullinemia

    Onset may also occur in adults, where the disease is characterized by periods of hyperammonemia, reduced alertness, headache or migraine.[] B, Contrast-enhanced axial CT scan shows prominent cingulate gyri atrophy and ulegyric changes in the frontal lobes.[] A less common and milder form of the disease will cause clinical symptoms to present later in life and typically take the form of headaches, ataxia (issues with balance and[]

  • Cryptococcosis

    Patients who had headaches, seizures, or high CSF antigen titers experienced neurological complications or died.[] Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) brain showed mild prominent cortical sulci with dilation of lateral ventricles suggestive of meningitis sequel.[] We present a case of pancytopenia and cutaneous cryptococcosis in a young girl with no complaints of fever, headache and vomiting.[]

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