A case report on a Dyke Davidoff Masson syndrome with right hemisphere involvement
Keywords:Seizures, calvarial thickening, cerebral hemi-atrophy
Dyke Davidoff Masson syndrome (DDMS) is a rare condition characterised by seizures, contralateral hemiparesis, mental retardation, behavioural and learning disabilities. It is characterised according to congenital and acquired groups. Either of the hemispheres can be affected in males and females. It more prevalent in males, and left hemisphere involvement is more frequent. This case report describes Dyke Davidoff Masson syndrome with right hemisphere involvement in a female patient. The patient’s clinical history, radiological findings, the epidemiology and treatment for DDMS are discussed.
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