Table 1:

Demographics: clinical and brain imaging findings

SubjectSexAge (yr)NeurologyAntecedentsBrain Imaging Findings
1M39Dizziness and diplopiaEstablished right PICA infarct, recent right PCA infarct
2F28Vertigo, diplopia, and left sensory disturbanceRight midbrain infarct
3M51Right sensory disturbance with left Horner syndromeWorking on overhead lightLateral medullary infarct
4M75Left facial weakness with expressive dysphasiaPrior transient ischemic attack, smokerLeft occipital infarct
5M65Ataxia, dysphonia, left sensory disturbanceHypertensive, type 2 diabetes, ex-smokerLeft medullary infarct
6F35Top of basilar syndromeRight cerebellar and bilateral thalamic infarct
7M44Dysarthria, left homonymous hemianopiaLeft occipital infarct
8M41Right hemiparesis dysarthria and eye movement disorderLeft PCA infarct
9M32Dysarthria, ataxia, and photophobiaPlaying soccer at timeRight occipital infarct
10F71Diplopia and dizzinessHypertensiveBilateral cerebellar and pontine infarcts
11M40Vertigo, right weakness, dysarthria, and nystagmusRight cerebellar infarct
12F26Left facial droop and ptosisEhlers Danlos syndrome type 1Left thalamic and bilateral cerebellar infarcts
13F19Collapse, left weakness; dysarthria and homonymous hemianopiaWeak history of trauma, on injectable contraceptiveRight MCA territory infarct
14M60Left sensorimotor, left homonymous hemianopiaRight total anterior circulatory stroke
15F64Right weakness and dizzinessRight MCA territory infarct
16M45Left Horner syndromeHeavy laborer with prior chiropractic treatment
17M68Right weaknessLeft parietal and insular infarct
18F55Right weakness and dysphasiaLeft basal ganglia infarct
19M48Right weakness and dysphasiaLeft MCA territory infarct