Small Fiber Neuropathy Associated COVID-19: A Common or Uncommon Complication?
Milena Luisa Schulze, Letícia Caroline Breis and Marcus Vinícius Magno Gonçalves, MD, PhD
Article Type: Non-Systematic Review | First Published: August 05, 2021
The spectrum of neurological manifestations of COVID-19 range from anosmia and dysgeusia to myopathy and encephalitis. With the persistence of COVID-19 pandemic and the increase of infected subjects, new acute manifestations and sequels are being discovered. Lately, a new important neurological complication has been reported: Small Fiber Neuropathy (SFN). The existing literature reports cases of dysautonomia, orthostatic intolerance, and hyperesthesia manifestations, until the moment. Several ne...
Missed Cerebral Coil Found in Peripheral Circulation after Endovascular Embolization: A Rare Complication and Review
Nissar Shaikh MD, EDIC, Shoaib Nawaz MD, Sumayya Aboobacker, Adnan Khan, MBBS, Aisha Alkubaisi, MD, Umais Zaid Momin and Abdulnasser Thabet, AB
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: June 30, 2021
Endovascular embolization of cerebral aneurysm is common in clinical practice. The rare complication of endovascular embolization is coil misplacement. Most of the reported coil misplacements occur due to premature release of a coil into the cerebral circulation. We report a case of a coil lost into the peripheral circulation due to failed detachment from the micro-catheter at the right place. A young lady without medical history, presented at the emergency department with severe headache. Her c...