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A 63-year-old man had a 5-week history of a constant right-sided pulsating headache that was initially temporo-parietal but migrated to the suboccipital area. This was associated with new-onset of dysarthria. On examination, there was deviation of the tongue to the right, and the right-side had a wasted surface appearance, despite what he described as ‘wave-like’ prominence when looking at his tongue in the mirror (figure 1A). The remaining examination was normal.
Routine laboratory tests and erythrocyte sedimentation rate were normal. MR scan of brain and internal auditory meatuses showed a cystic lesion in the right hypoglossal canal, appearing to abut the right 12th cranial nerve and …
Contributors DV wrote the first draft. RAW and SMM provided revisions. MDA provided the EMG image.
Funding No funding was obtained for this case report.
Competing interests None declared.
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