Successful Treatment of Primary Intracranial Malignant Perip
Case Presentation

A 3.5-year-old female presented to the pediatric out-patient department with complaints of headache and swelling of left side of skull, which was progressive over a period of 3-months. On examination the patient was conscious and coherent. She had not cranial nerve palsy but, muscle force in the right- sided limb was 3/5. Right plantar showed an extensor response. There wasn’t any constitutional symptom such as fever detected in patient. Trigeminal Nerve involvement symptoms include transient hearing loss (objective assessment), residual facial pain, and paresthesia of the left side of the face were not detected...

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