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S/N Diagnosis & Causes of Paralysis Underlying Etiology Age Sex Time Between Stroke & Commencement of Treatment (days) Date of Admission Date of Discharge Duration of Treatment (days) Follow-up (weeks) Initial grade of paralysis Grade of paralysis after the treatment Comments
115/97 left sided hemiplegiaBrain atrophy due to age           80 M 5 31/Dec/97 12/Jan/98 13 4 0 5  
117/97 Left hemiplegia due to CVA due to hypertension           60 F 5 30/Dec/97 11/Jan/98 13 12 0 4  
20/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to brain atrophy & hypertension           65 M 365 15/Feb/98 23/Feb/98 9 24 0 4  
21/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to Diabetes &Hypertension           60 F 730 16/Feb/98 23/Feb/98 8 4 0 4  
42/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to cva due to Diabetes Mallitus           48 M 35 23/Apr/98 27/Apr/98 5 8 0 5  
51/98 Right sided hemiplegia due to infarct due to brain atrophy due to age           70 M 1095 8/May/98 17/May/98 10 24 0 4  
46/98 Pight sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to hypertension           70 M 30 3/May/98 9/May/98 7 12 0 4  
54/98 Right sided hemiplegia dur to CVA due to hypertension           75 F 15 19/May/98 28/May/98 10 8 0 5  
56/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to Diabetes &Hypertension           62 M 2 23/May/98 28/May/98 6 0 0 5  
40/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to CVA due to hypertension           62 M 45 16/Apr/98 31/May/98 46 8 0 5  
45/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to CVA dur to hypertension           59 M 28 5/Jun/98 1/Jul/98 27 4 0 5  
61/98 Pright sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to Diabetes & hypertension           60 M 9 5/Jun/98 13/Jun/98 9 4 0 5  
66/98 Left sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to Diabetes Mallitus           54 M 150 15/Jun/98 20/Jun/98 6 8 0 5  
70/98 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia           74 M 330 25/Jun/98 9/Jul/98 15 2 0 4  
77/98 Rt sided hemiplegia due to CVA due to hypertension           54 F 300 12/Jul/98 14/Jul/98 3 4 1 4  
73/98 Right sided hemiplegia due to hypertension           53 M 90 3/Jul/98 18/Jul/98 16 4 0 4  
81/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to hypertension           65 M   18/Jul/98 21/Jul/98 4 8 0 3  
84/98 Right sided hemiplegia due to Diabetes Mallitus & hypertension & brain atrophy           70 F 6 24/Jul/98 11/Aug/98 19 4 0 5  
88/98 Right sided hemiplegia due to hypertension           55 M 12 9/Aug/98 16/Aug/98 8 8 0 5  
89/98 Right sided hemiplegia due to Diabetes Mallitus & hypertension & brain atrophy           70 M 340 18/Aug/98 9/Sep/98 23 0 0 2  
95/98 Right sided hemiplegia due to hypertension           55 F 4 25/Aug/98 3/Sep/98 10 8 0 5  
104/98 Right sided hemiplegia due to Diabetes Mallitus & hypertension           45 M 60 11/Sep/98 12/Sep/98 2 8 1 5  
91/98 Right sided hemiplegia due to hypertension & brain atophyq           85 F 15 21/Aug/98 6/Sep/98 17 0 0 3  
107/98 Left sided hemiplegia           48 M 90 22/Sep/98 24/Sep/98 3 4 1 4  
117/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to hypertension           42 M 11 8/Oct/98 12/Oct/98 5 8 1 4  
111/98 Rightsided hemiplegia due to hypertension           55 M 0 29/Sep/98 13/Oct/98 15 4 0 5  
110/98 right sided hemiplegia due to thrombus dislogded at the time of coronary angiography           61 M 15 28/Sep/98 17/Oct/98 20 4 0 4  
124/98 Leftsided hemeplegia           55 M 150 29/Oct/98 30/Oct/98 2 0 0 2  
122/98 Right sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to diabetes mallitus & hypertension & brain atrophy           75 F 45 26/Oct/98 8/Nov/98 14 4 0 3  
131/98 right sided hemiplegia due to CVA due to hypertension           44 M 5 5/Nov/98 10/Nov/98 6 4 0 5  
133/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to Diabetes &Hypertension           42 F 30 6/Nov/98 13/Nov/98 8 8 1 5  
142/98 right sided hemiplegia due to CVA due to hypertension           70 M 6 15/Nov/98 19/Nov/98 5 4 0 5  
136/98 right sided hemiplegia due to Diabetes & hypertension           68 F 6 10/Nov/98 21/Nov/98 12 8 0 5  
140/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to CVA due to generalised cerebral atrophy           66 M 90 13/Nov/98 22/Nov/98 10 0 0 3  
145/98 Right sided hemiplegia due to hypertension and Diabetes Mallitus           70   210 21/Nov/98 27/Nov/98 7 4 0 3  
138/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to cerebral atrophy due to Diabetes Mallitus           65 F 8 12/Nov/98 28/Nov/98 17 4 0 5  
164/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to CVA due to hypertension           50 F 150 3/Dec/98 7/Dec/98 5 4 0 3  
152/98 left sided hemiplegia due to blockage of Rt. Internal carotid A.           52 F 180 13/Nov/98 4/Dec/98 22 4 0 4  
141/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to CVA due to Diabetes Mallitus           50 F - 18/Nov/98 13/Dec/98 26 4 0 4  
155/98 Right sided hemiplegia with aphasia with infarction in thalamus           65 M 30 10/Dec/98 12/Dec/98 3 8 0 4  
154/98 Left sided hemiplegia due to CVA due to hypertension & cerebral atrophy           65 F 5 5/Dec/98 22/Dec/98 18 8 0 5  
156/98 right sided hemiplegia due to CVA due to hypertension 2 attacks 3 years back & 8 months back associated parkinsonism           70 M 240 16/Dec/98 19/Dec/98 4 4 0 4  
158/98 Left sided hemiplegia dur to CVA due to hypertension           75 M 120 19/Dec/98 23/Dec/98 5 8 0 4  
159/98 Right sided hemiplegia generalised atrophy with old infarcts           67 M 180 19/Dec/98 30/Dec/98 12 12 0 3  
162/98 Right sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension             F 30 25/Dec/98 30/Dec/98 6 4 0 4  
163/98 Right sided hemiplegia with aphasia             F 180 29/Nov/98 3/Dec/98 5 4 2 4  
001/99 Right sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to acute infarct in left preventricular region due to hypertension           55 F 8 2/Jan/99 17/Jan/99 16 8 0 5  
011/99 Right sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to left pariatal infarction with small granuloma in rt high pariatal lobe associated hypertension           78 F 30 21/Jan/99 6/Feb/99 17 8 0 5  
17/99 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to non haemorrhagic I.C.A. territory infarct associated with hypertension           56 M 35 10/Feb/99 1/Mar/99 20 24 0 4  
22/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to aphasia due to non haemorrhagic infarct in Rt cerebellar hemisphere & superior vermis           47 M 44 22/Feb/99 12/Mar/99 19 24 0 5  
114/99 Left sided hemiplegia due to fresh infarct in Rt M.C.A. territory associated hypertension           58 M 60 20/Sep/99 1/Oct/99 12 24 0 4  
113/99 Left sided hemiplegia due to lacunar infarcts in the right paraventricular white matter with senile cerebral cortical atrophy associated hypertension           65 F 4 13/Sep/99 1/Oct/99 19 8 0 5  
112/99 Rt sided hemiplegia with stiffness due to infarction extended from left parainsular region to left paraventricular region associated Hypertension           77 M 1095 9/Sep/99 14/Sep/99 6 0 0 3  
111/1999 rt sided hemiplegia due to generalized mild cerebral atrophy and lacunar infarct in posterior limb of Rt internal capsule assciated DM, Hypertension & stiffness in extremities           50 M 270 8/Sep/99 12/Sep/99 5 8 0 4  
119/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to acute non haemorrhagic infarct in rt occipital region with stiffness of extremities associated hypertension           56 M 1095 20/Aug/99 24/Aug/99 5 4 0 4  
103/99 Lt sided hemiplegia           75 F 0 10/Aug/99 18/Aug/99 9 4 0 5  
102/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to infarction in pontomedullary region with stiffness of extremities           35 M 365 9/Aug/99 22/Aug/99 14 0 1 3  
100/99 Rt sided hemiplegia and aphasia due to infarct in the lt high pariatal lobe associated with hypertension           51 M 60 6/Aug/99 9/Aug/99 4 0 0 3  
99/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to infarction in the Rt external capsule Rt lentiform nucleus and anterior global nucleus associated hypertension           45 M 30 30/Jul/99 5/Aug/99 7 0 2 5  
89/99 Left sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           55 F 180 26/Jun/99 25/Jul/99 30 4 0 4  
87/99 Left sided hemiplegia due to changeds of mild atrophy in the brain           60 M 365 21/Jun/99 23/Jun/99 3 0 1 3  
77/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to diffuse cerebral atrophy, infarct in Lt posterior pariatal cortical region with slurred speech associated hypertension and DM           70 M 30 30/May/99 22/Jun/99 24 4 0 4  
74/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to infarction in left thalamo capsular region and left occipital lobe associated hypertension           60 F 2000 20/May/99 23/May/99 4 4 0 5  
73/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to acute non haemorrhagic infarct in inferior cerebellum extending to pons associated hypertension Diabetes Mallitus           50 M 45 19/May/99 23/May/99 5 8 0 5  
71/99 Lt sided hemiplegia with rt trigeminal neuralgia with bilateral pallidal calcification associated epilepsy hypertension Diabetes Mallitus           79 F 540 18/May/99 23/May/99 6 4 3 5  
70/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to lacunar infarct in Rt paraventricular & perifrontal horn white matter region associated hypertension & deformity           70 F 180 18/May/99 24/May/99 7 4 0 4  
68/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to large infarct involving the vascular teritorial distribution of Rt M.C.A. associated with DM           65 F 4 15/May/99 25/May/99 11 8 0 4  
67/99 Lt sided hemiplegia hypertension deformity in both extremities R.A. factor -ve           42 F 60 14/May/99 18/May/99 5 4 1 3  
66/99 R sided hemiplegia due to small Lt deep pariatal infarct involving the ext capsule & Lt paraventricular pariatal region associated with epilepsy           36 M 23 13/May/99 17/May/99 5 4 0 4  
65/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to 1.Lacunar infarct in the caudate nucleus, genu of Lt internal capsule Lt ext capsule & lt pariatal paraventricular matter 2. Senile cerebral atrophy associated with hypertension           65 M 1 4/May/99 24/May/99 21 12 0 5  
63/99 Left sided facial paralysis and aphasia due to CV stroke causing large hypodense no enhancing infarct in Lt pariato occipital region extending to high pariatal region associated hypertension           40 F 1 6/May/99 13/May/99 8 12 0 5  
61/99 Lt hemiparesis           62 M 24 9/May/99 11/May/99 3 4 0 5  
60/99 Rt sided hemiplegia ?brain atrophy associated hypertension           64 M - 4/May/99 6/May/99 3 4 0 4  
57/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to brain atrophy associated hypertension           86 F 15 29/Apr/99 3/May/99 5 12 0 4  
55/99 Right sided hemiplegia due to lacunar infarction in Lt lenticular nucleus and Rt cuadate nucleus associted hypertension           66 M 3 24/Apr/99 1/May/99 8 8 0 5  
53/99 lt sided hemiplegia associated hypertension           55 F 730 23/Apr/99 25/Apr/99 3 4 0 4  
51/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to infarction in the Lt occipital & Rt temporo-pariatal regionassociated with hypertension           74 F 0 16/Apr/99 22/Apr/99 7 8 0 5  
49/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to temporoparaital infarct in Rt M.C.A. territory associated with hypertension           65 F 3 10/Apr/99 3/May/99 24 4 0 4  
40/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to early non-haemorrhagic infarct in Rt temporopariatal region involving basal ganglionic and pariatal paraventricular region with deformity associted with hypertension           62 M 365 26/Mar/99 19/Apr/99 25 4 0 4  
39/99 Left sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           65 F 8 25/Mar/99 9/Apr/99 16 20 0 4  
42/99 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to non haemorrhagic infarct in Lt pariatal region with generalised cerebral atrophy associated with DM           60 F 10 1/Mar/99 17/Mar/99 17 8 1 4  
29/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to lacunar infarct in Lt internal capsule associated with hy[pertension           66 F 5110 9/Mar/99 13/Mar/99 5 0 2 5  
27/99 Rt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension DM           75 F 8 6/Mar/99 9/Mar/99 4 4 0 5  
23/99 Quadrilateral paralysis due to non haemorrhagic infact in the left half of brainstem MRI: A large mid-brain infarct and pariatal occlusion of basilar artery changes of cerebral & cerebelar atrophy           50 M` 270 25/Feb/99 25/Mar/99 29 4 0 3  
116/99 Lt sided hemiplegia with spaticity due to diffuse cerebral atrophy and infarct in pariato occipital region in the high pariatal section on Rt side           75 M 550 4/Oct/99 15/Oct/99 12 8 0 4  
117/99 Rt sided hemiparesis with aphasia due to evidence of tiny lacunar infarct in Lt capsular region associated with uncontrolled DM & hypertension           52 M 60 11/Oct/99 15/Oct/99 5 0 1 5  
118/99 Left sided paralysis with normal CT scan study           69 M 0 11/Oct/99 24/Oct/99 14 8 0 5  
121/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to linear infarct in the rt lateral paraventricular region involving Rt caudate nucleus Rt ext & int capsule           50 M 365 23/Oct/99 27/Oct/99 5 0 0 4  
127/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to CV stroke investigation unaffordable associated with hypertension           65 F 60 4/Nov/99 8/Nov/99 5 4 0 5  
129/99 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to CV stroke investigations not affordable associated with hypertension           65 F 10 12/Nov/99 18/Nov/99 7 0 0 5  
130/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to timy Lacunar infarct in Left capsular region associated with DM & hypertension           62 M 0 13/Nov/99 1/Dec/99 19 8 0 5  
131/99 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to generalised cerebral atrophy old infarcts of Rt occipital & L pariatal lobes & small infarcts of bilateral basal ganglionic region & pariatal periventricular white matter           55 M 2920 15/Nov/99 28/Nov/99 14 4 0 3  
133/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to large infarct in the Rt ext capsule Rt lentiform nucleus Rt pariatal lobe extending to Rt pariatal para ventricular region           38 M 70 24/Nov/99 29/Nov/99 6 0 0 3  
134/99 lt sided hemiplegia associated hypertension           60 F 0 24/Nov/99 29/Nov/99 6 8 0 4  
135/99 Hemiparesis both sided due to CV stroke associated hypertension           80 F 0 4/Dec/99 9/Dec/99 6 4 0 5  
136/99 Lt sided hemiplegia with restlessness & semiconsciousness due to CV stroke associate hypertension           70 F 0 6/Dec/99 7/Dec/99 2 4 0 5  
138/99 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to CV stroke associated hypertension           50 M 10 6/Dec/99 10/Dec/99 5 4 0 5  
140/99 Rt sided hemiplegia           65 M 0   1/Jan/00 2 0 0 2  
143/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to non haemorrhagic infarct in Rt M.C.A. territory associated with hypertension           45 M 10 2/Dec/99 6/Jan/00 36 4 0 5  
008/97 Lt sided hemiplegia due to CV stroke associated with hypertension & DM           52 F 90 26/Jan/97 18/Feb/97 24 0 0 4  
004/97 Lt sided hemiplegia due to moderate atrophy, old bipariatal cortical infarcts and Rt frontopariatam cortical & paraventricular small infarcts           65 M 3 7/Jan/97 10/Jan/97 4 4 0 5  
006/97 Rt sided hemiplegia with slurred speech due to CV stroke associated with hypertension           75 F 0 22/Jan/97 25/Jan/97 4 4 0 5  
005/97 Lt sided hemiplegia due to generalised cerebral atrophy, old infarct rt basal ganglionic region & lacunar infarct in pons & rt pariatal periventricular region associated with malignant hypertension & DM           62 F 2 19/Jan/97 29/Jan/97 11 4 0 5  
110/97 Lt sided hemiplegia & loss of memory due to fresh non-haemorrhagic infarct in the territory of Rt middle cerebral artery associated with hypertension           56 M 7 31/Dec/97 7/Jan/98 8 8 0 5  
21/97 Lt sided hemiplegia due to infarction in the cerebrum on both sides           65 M 180 26/Feb/97 6/Mar/97 9 4 0 4  
31/97 Right sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to cerebrovascular stroke associated hypertension           50 F 0 23/Apr/97 26/Apr/97 4 4 0 4  
45/97 Rt sided hemiplegia due to CV stroke           70 M 7 9/May/97 11/May/97 3 8 0 5  
48/97 Lt sided upper limb paralysis due to acute infarcts in Rt pariato occipital and ant. Pariatal regions           62 M 1460 28/May/97 5/Jun/97 9 8 0 5  
51/97 Lt sided hemiplegia due to CV stroke no investigation           38 M 730 2/Jun/97 15/Jun/97 14 4 0 5  
55/97 Rt sided hmiplegia with aphasia due to lt pariatal lobe infarct associated with DM & hypertension           65 M 60 10/Jun/97 1/Jul/97 22 4 0 4  
59/97 Lt sided hemilegia due to fresh infarct in the rt paraventricular white matter associated with hypertension           85 F 5 25/Jun/97 7/Jul/97 13 4 0 5  
77/97 Rt sided hemiplegia with normal CT scan associated with DM & hypertension           47 M 60 11/Aug/97 31/Aug/97 21 4 0 5  
78/97 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to fresh infarct in the Lt occipital and para-ventricular pariatal matter regions with senile cerebral cortical atrophy           50 M 0 26/Aug/97 8/Sep/97 14 0 0 2  
85/97 Rt sided hemiplegia with associated hypertension           65 F 4 10/Sep/97 18/Sep/97 9 8 0 5  
87/97 Lt sided hemiplegia due to multiple infarctions in Rt lobe           70 M 12 10/Sep/97 9/Oct/97 30 8 0 5  
16/97 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to infarction in the Rt posterior pariato-occipital region           65 M 7 19/Feb/96 27/Feb/96 9 16 0 5  
14/97 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia with assocciated DM & hypertension           65 F 90 12/Feb/96 6/Mar/96 24 12 0 4  
33/96 Cerebellar insufficiency due to infarction of both Lt & Rt side impairing balance with associated hypertension           55 M 10 22/Apr/96 27/Apr/96 6 4 0 5  
36/96 Lt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           90 M 150 1/May/96 11/Jun/96 42 4 0 4  
47/96 Lt sided hemiplegia dur to frsh cerebral infarct in territory of Rt M.C.A. with mild oedema associated with MVP           37 M 15 4/Jul/96 25/Jul/96 22 8 0 4  
77/96 Lt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           75 M 150 14/Sep/96 27/Sep/96 14 8 0 4  
83/96 Lt sided hemiplegia due to carotid artery fibrosis & calcification on both sided associated with Hypertension & DM           60 M 8 23/Sep/96 30/Sep/96 8 16 0 5  
92/96 Lt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension and extra systole           60 M 2 10/Oct/96 20/Oct/96 11 16 0 5  
87/96 Rt sided hemiplegia with slurred speech no investigations associated with hypertension           70 F 0 7/Oct/96 22/Oct/96 16 4 0 5  
89/96 Rt sided hemiplegia due to cerebrovascular stroke associated with hypertension & DM           63 M 0 25/Oct/96 10/Nov/96 17 4 0 5  
98/96 Rt sided hemiplegia due to CV stroke with changes of senile cortical atrophy gliotic changes in both the pariatal superficial cortical regions suggestive of old infarcts associated with hypertension           80 F 21 17/Nov/96 20/Nov/96 4 0 0 2  
84/96 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to non-haemorrhagic infarcts in the Lt pariatal high regions associated with hypertension and laminectomy done 3 years back           60 M 4 25/Sep/96 25/Nov/96 62 8 0 5  
35370 Lt sided hemiplegia due to Rt anterocerebral and post cerebral infarction associated with hypertension           61 M 270 24/Nov/96 10/Dec/96 17 12 0 4  
105/96 Lt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           54 M 240 3/Dec/96 13/Dec/96 11 12 0 4  
110/96 Rt facial palsy with slurred speech associated with hypertension           69 M 0 14/Dec/96 16/Dec/96 3 10 0 5  
008/95 Left sided hemiplegia associated with DM           55 F 0 1/Feb/95 5/Feb/95 5 0 0 5  
99/95 Lt sided hemiplegia due to CV stroke assciated with hypertension           34 F 8 4/Dec/95 30/Dec/95 27 16 0 4  
24/95 Lt sided hemiplegia due to infarction associated with hypertension           38 F - 15/Apr/95 22/Apr/95 8 0 0 5  
35/95 Rt sided hemiplegia without facial paralysis associated with hypertension           90 F 2 31/May/95 13/Jun/95 14 8 0 4  
40/95 Lt sided hemiplegia with scanning report within N limits associated with hypertension           34 M 15 4/Jun/95 18/Jun/95 15 8 0 5  
70/95 Rt sided hemiparesis with aphasia due to infarction Lt side           62 F 18 16/Aug/95 24/Aug/95 9 16 0 4  
101/95 Rt sided hemiplegia due to infarction with brain atrophy with associated hypertension           60 M 2 21/Jan/95 27/Jan/95 7 12 0 5  
85/95 Lt sided hemiplegia due to brain atrophy           65 M 15 10/Aug/95 24/Aug/95 15 8 0 4  
58/95 Rt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           35 F 7 1/Aug/95 4/Aug/95 4 8 3 5  
19/95 Lt sided hemiplegia           42 M 7 12/Mar/95 24/Mar/95 13 4 2 5  
  Rt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           60 M 4 13/Mar/95 27/Mar/95 15 8 0 5  
100/95 Rt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           62 M 730 20/Jan/95 24/Jan/95 5 8 0 4  
94/95 Lt sided hemiparesis due to thrombotic stroke in Rt thalamic region associated with hypertension           54 M 0 1/Mar/95 23/Mar/95 23 8 1 5  
73/95 Lt sided hemiplegia with aphasia without facial involvement           55 M 8 2/Sep/95 14/Sep/95 13 8 0 4  
80/95 Rt sided hemiplegia due to brain atrophy           75 M 30 10/Mar/95 18/Mar/95 9 4 0 4  
92/95 Lt sided hemiplegia due to brain stem infarct & Rt thalamic infarct associated with hypertension H/o simillar attack 3 years back           62 M 15 2/Mar/95 10/Mar/95 9 4 3 5  
94a/95 Rt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension & DM           54 M 0 2/Mar/95 10/Mar/95 9 16 0 5  
75/95 Rt sided hemiplegia wuth aphasia           70 M 8 30/Mar/95 3/Apr/95 5 8 0 5  
51/95 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia           62 M 6 14/Jul/95 28/Jul/95 15 8 0 5  
50/95 Lt sided hemiplegia           74 M 21 14/Jul/95 23/Jul/95 10 12 0 4  
52/95 Left sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           62 F 5 14/Jul/95 18/Jul/95 5 4 0 5  
  Lt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           65 F 0 4/Sep/95 15/Sep/95 12 8 0 5  
75/95 Rt sided hemiplegia associated with hypertension           70 F 10 4/Sep/95 11/Sep/95 8 4 0 5  
  Lt sided hemiplegia           65 F 9   7/Jan/00 8 4 0 4  
63/95 Lt sided hemiparesis with H/o one attack 6 months back           42 F 0 1/Aug/95 3/Aug/95 3 8 0 4  
16/96 Rt sided hemiplegia due to focal infarcts in Lt parasagital frontal & Lt superficial para sagital fronto pariatal regions           65 M 0 19/Feb/96 27/Feb/96 9 4 0 5  
115/95 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia associated with hypertension           50 M 1 25/Dec/96 4/Jan/97 11 4 0 5  
35/95 Lt sided hemiplegia with aphasia associated with hypertension           90 F 2 27/May/95 31/May/95 5 12 0 5  
103/95 Rtt sided hemiplegia with aphasia associated with malignant hypertension           60 F 0 12/Jul/95 28/Jul/95 17 4 0 5  
15/98 Lt sided hemiplegia due to intracerebral haemorrhage associated with hypertension           50 M 21 8/Jan/98 16/Jan/98 9 4 0 5  
23/98 Lt sided hemiplegia due to brain haemorrhage associated with hypertension           55 F 30 2/Mar/98 14/Mar/98 13 8 0 4  
28/98 Rt sided hemiplegia due to intra cerebral haemorrhage associated with hypertension           58 F 15 9/Mar/98 11/Mar/98 3 8 0 4  
38/98 Lt sided hemiplegia due to cerebral haemorrhage associated with DM           58 M 8 11/Apr/98 21/Apr/98 11 4 0 4  
37/98 Lt sided hemiplegia due to intracerebral haemorrhage associated with hypertension and DM           65 F 270 13/Apr/98 23/Apr/98 11 8 0 5  
41/98 Lt hemiparesis due to intracerebral haematoma associated with hypertension           80 F 0 21/Apr/98 30/Apr/98 10 4 0 5  
50/98 Rt sided hemiplegia due to intracerabral haemorrhage associated with hypertension           75 F 16 5/May/98 10/May/98 6 4 0 4  
80/98 Rt sided hemiplegia due to intracerebral haemorrhage associated with hypertension           70 F 120 17/Jul/98 20/Jul/98 4 4 0 4  
72/98 Lt sided hemiplegia due to haemorrhage as well as infarction associated with hypertension           66 M 15 3/Jul/98 26/Jul/98 24 6 0 4  
129/98 Rt sided hemiplegiadue to hematoma associated with hypertension           70 F 150 4/Nov/98 8/Nov/98 5 0 0 3  
135/98 Lt sided hemiplegia due to intracerebral haemorrhage with infarction           40 M 180 8/Nov/98 13/Nov/98 6 4 0 5  
147/98 Rt sided hemiplegia due to intracerebral haemorrhage associated with hypertension           62 F 60 22/Nov/98 27/Nov/98 6 8 0 4  
148/98 Lt sided hemiplegia due to haemorrhage associated with hypertension with brain atrophy           60 F 30 23/Nov/98 28/Nov/98 6 8 0 4  
181/99 Right sided hemiparesis due to hematoma due to head injury           70 M 0 12/Jan/99 25/Jan/99 14 4 0 5  
149/98 Rt sided hemiparesis due to subdural hematoma h/o fall in the bathroom           70 M 8 25/Dec/98 12/Jan/99 19 4 0 5  
007/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due ti intra cerebral bleed measuring 1.8 x 2.5 x 3cm associated with hypertension & neurosphilis           56 M 21 11/Jan/99 17/Jan/99 7 4 0 5  
012/99 Rt sided hemiplegia & partial aphasia due to large hematoma inLt M.C.A. territory 4 x 2.5 cm           28 M 166 25/Jan/99 6/Feb/99 13 12 0 5  
110/99 Rt sided hemiplagia due to large Rt putaminal bleedin Rt fronto temporo pariatal region 88 x 44 mm associated with hypertension           45 M 90 27/Aug/99 31/Aug/99 5 4 0 4  
104/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to intracerebral haemorrhage associated with hypertension rheumatoid arthritis           72 F 1460 15/Aug/99 26/Aug/99 12 8 0 4  
94/99 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to fresh pontine haemorrhage mild brain atrophy with periventricular pariatal white matterfocal infarcts associated with hypertension & renal calculii           54 M 30 25/Jul/99 30/Jul/99 6 8 1 4  
88/99 Right sided hemiplegia due to haemorrhage in the left thalamus extending superiorly to left paraventricaular region Lacunar infarcts in the external capsule associated with Chr. Pylonephritis with calculii           60 F 180 23/Jun/99 10/Jul/99 18 8 0 4  
86/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to intracerebral hematoma with h/o of fall           50 M 30 18/Jun/99 14/Jul/99 27 4 0 4  
76/99 Rt Lt sided hemiplegia due to subacute infarct with haemorrhage within Rt fronto pariatal region lacunar infarcts in rt int capsule fresh bland infarct in Rt high pariatal white matter associated with hypertension           48 M 210 23/May/99 25/May/99 3 4 3 5  
56/99 Rt sided hemiplegia with aphasia due to Lt pariatal hematoma associated with hypertension           47 F 4 26/Apr/99 13/May/99 18 8 0 5  
50/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to Rt basal ganglionic hematoma associated with hypertension           70 M 15 16/Apr/99 21/Apr/99 6 8 0 4  
004/99 Rt sided hemiplegia due to intra crebral localized hematoma in the Lt temporal exr capsular basal ganglionic and paraventricular white matter regions associated with senile brain atrophy           90 M 0 30/Mar/99 6/Apr/99 8 8 0 5  
39/99 rt sided hemiplegia due to acute Lt basal ganglionic intracerebral bleed associated with hypertension           65 F 45 25/Mar/99 9/Apr/99 16 8 0 4  
  Lt sided hemiplegia due to small acute Rt thalamo capsular bleed           60 M 3   14/Jan/00 15 8 0 5  
134a/99 Lt sided hemiplegia due to Rt caudo-thalamic bleed with cerebral atrophy associated with hypertension           75 F 0 3/Dec/99 19/Dec/99 17 4 0 5  
142/99 Rt sided hemiplagia with aphasia due to acute Lt deep temporal intracerebral hematoma 61 x 31 mm with periventricular ischemia on Rt side associated with hypertension & h/o fall           70 F 8 19/Dec/99 28/Dec/99 10 4 0 4  
37/99 Rt sided hemiplagia due to intracerebral hematoma in Lt temporo pariatal region involving Lt basal ganglionic capsular and paraventricular white matter & old infarct in occipital region associated with hypertension           65 F 0 8/Apr/99 2/May/99 25 8 0 4  
72/97 Lt sided hemiplagai due to intracerebral hematoma in the Rt deep temporal thalamic capsular & paraventricular regions with extension into 3rd, 5th and both lateral ventricalassociated with hypertension           66 M 60 10/Jul/97 3/Aug/97 25 4 0 4  
113/96 Rt sided hemiplagia due to large intracerebral haemorrhage In left deep temporal basal ganglion, capsular thalamic and paraventricular region           55 M 12 19/Dec/96 22/Dec/96 4 8 0 4  
115/96 Lt sided hemiplegia with large intracerebral haematoma with perifocal oedema 6.2 x 2.4 x 4.0 cm, Lacunar infarct in posterior limb of Rt internal capsule associated hypertension           60 M 4 25/Dec/97 4/Jan/98 11 8 0 5  
102/95 Lt sided hemiplagia due to haemorrhage on Rt temporo paraital region associated hypertension & acoholic           40 M 12 30/Dec/95 31/Dec/95 2 8 0 5  
19/95 Rt sided hemiplagia with aphasia due to lt temporal deep hematoma with mild mass compression of the ventricular system associated with hypertension           54 M 90 28/Jan/95 13/Feb/95 17 0 0 4  
44/95 Lt sided hemiplagia due to hematoma & infarction on Rt side associated eith hypertension           60 F 21 8/Jun/95 16/Jun/95 9 8 0 5  
100/98 Rt sided hemilegia due to CV accident due to fall in the bathroon           45 F 30 21/Sep/98 3/Oct/98 13 8 0 5  
003/99 Giddiness & partial loss of power in all extremeities and mental derrangement due to cerebellar atrophy           45 F 20 7/Jan/99 9/Jan/99 3 8 0 5  
13/99 Loss of power in both upper limbs due to cervical cord compression due to cervical spondylosis at C5, C6 level           55 M 4 28/Jan/99 8/Feb/99 12 12 0 5  
  Rt sided hemiplagia due to cerebral atrophy with associated hypertension           50 F 12 8/Feb/99 22/Feb/99 15 4 0 5  
43/99 Paraplagia loss of sensation from ribs to legs due to fall from tree operated for disc collapse 1 month back persisten paraplagia after that           29 M 75 3/Apr/99 6/Jul/99 95 0 0 3  
38/99 Bilateral quadriplagia with normal CT scan studies associated with viral infection           42 F 2 23/Mar/99 22/Apr/99 31 4 0 5  
  Tingling & numbness in lower limb inability to getup & inability to eat associated DM & hypertension ?Viral neuritis           63 F 15   6/Jan/00 7 48 0 5  
  giddiness loss of balance due to cerebral atrophy associated hypertension           70 F 0   6/Jan/00 7 4 0 5  
1/2000 Left Sided hemiplegia due to CVA. CT Scan - Fresh non-haemorrhegic infarct in the territory of right MCA causing sulcal effacement and gentle pressure on the lateral ventricle, aphesia           65 F 90 2/Jan/00 10/Jan/00 9 4 0 4  
2/2000 left sided hemiplegia ?infarct in the posterior limb of the left internal capsule, lacunar infarct in the pons.           48 M 60 3/Jan/00 5/Feb/00 34 8 0 5  
3/2000 right sided hemiplegia with aphesia. MRA - complete occlusion at the middle cerebral artery just distal to its origin. CT - haemmoregin infarct in the left leaf           53 M 15 3/Jan/00 9/Feb/00 38 8 0 5  
4/2000 right sided hemiplegia with aphesia CT - hypodenste legion left pariatal lobe suggestive of infarct.           60 F 30 3/Jan/00 26/Jan/00 24 4 0 5  
6/2000 left side hemiplegia           85 F 3 7/Jan/00 11/Jan/00 5 4 0 4  
7/2000 right sided hemiplegia, CT Scan - evidence of fresh infarct in the left basal ganglionic and paraventricular white matter region and a cystic midline legion in the posterior fossa I) an arterial cyst II) Enlarged tentorial hiatus           60 F 10 11/Jan/00 20/Jan/00 10 4 0 5  
8/2000 right sided hemiplegia with aphasia. CT - Acute intra parenchymal haemorrhage in the left capsular region with some mass effect, generalized changes of age related cerebral and cerebellar atrophy.           75 M 0 18/Jan/00 23/Feb/00 37 4 0 5  
10/2000 right sided hemiplegia with aphasia CT - small haematoma in left MCA region including left pariatal paraventricular matter.           60 M 13 23/Jan/00 1/Feb/00 10 8 0 4  
11/2000 Brain atrophy with aphasia           60 M 10 24/Jan/00 28/Jan/00 5 8 0 5  
12/2000 left sided hemiplegia           85 F 0 25/Jan/00 30/Jan/00 6 4 0 4  
19/2000 left sided hemiplegia           80 M 23 12/Feb/00 23/Feb/00 12 2 1 4  
22/2000 right sided hemiplegia           65 M 0 14/Feb/00 19/Feb/00 6 8 1 4  
23/2000 epliliptic fits with right sided hemiparasys with aphasia, CT changes of senile brain atrophy, non haemorrhegic infarct in the territory of left middle cerebral artery and ischemic areas in the posterior pariatal cortical region           68 F 3 15/Feb/00 21/Feb/00 7 2 0 4  
24/2000 left sided hemiplegia CT - evidence of hypodense non enhancing area if infarct in the right basal ganglionic and paraventricular white matter           60 F 240 21/Feb/00 25/Feb/00 5 2 1 4  
26/2000 right sided hemiplegia, CT - a fresh infarct involving left lentiform nucleus, caudate nucleus, capsular region and paraventricular white matter region, ie left MCA territory           60 M 0 24/Feb/00 10/Mar/00 16 8 0 5  
28/2000 right sided hemiplegia, normal CT           52 M 5 28/Feb/00 3/Mar/00 5 8 1 4  
29/2000 hemiparesis left side CT - fresh non haemorrhegic infarct in right pariatal lobe ie right MCA territory           60 F 4 29/Feb/00 4/Mar/00 5 2 0 5  
30/2000 Rt sided hemiplegia CT- 1) acute left deep high pariatal white matter infarction 2) healed granulomas in the cerebral hemispheres           66 F 30 5/Mar/00 16/Mar/00 12 8 0 4  
31/2000 Left sided hemiplegia with contractions with small infarcts right high pariatal white matter, mild diffuse cerabral atrophy           66 F 270 7/Mar/00 22/Apr/00 47 8 0 3  
32/2000 Left sided hemiplegia CT gives evidence of small lacunar infarcts in the bilateral thalamic & para-ventricaular white matter region           45 F 7 10/Mar/00 21/Mar/00 12 8 0 4  
33/2000 Rt sided hemiplegia CT with changes of severe brain atrophy & focal infarcts in the bilateral paraventricular white matter and left basal ganglion region           70 M 10 13/Mar/00 17/Mar/00 5 8 0 3  
34/2000 left sided hemiplegia CT within normal limits ?rtsided tumor           50 F 4 13/Mar/00 17/Mar/00 5 0 0 5  
36/2000 Left sided hemiplegia Ct gives hypodense non-enhancing area of infarct in the Rt right temporo-pariatal region           76 M 0 17/Mar/00 28/Mar/00 12 8 0 4  
40/2000 Left sided hemiplegia CT gives deep right thalamic & periventricular pariatal haemorrhage 22x20x20 mm changes brain atrophy & whitte matter ischemia           70 M 6 23/Mar/00 18/Apr/00 27 8 0 4  
43/2000 Rt sided hemiplegia of face & upper extremities           69 M 5 30/Mar/00 4/Apr/00 6 4 0 5  
44/2000 Rt sided hemiplegia slurred speech CT gives hypodense non-enhancing area of fresh infarct in left temporo-pariatal & occipital region in region of middle cerebral artery           70 M 3 3/Apr/00 18/Apr/00 16 4 0 5  
45/2000 left sided hemiplegia with stiffness in upper extremities CT Scan - Fresh haemorrhage in right MCA territory no intra-ventricular extension           65 F 150 3/Apr/00 10/Apr/00 8 4 0 4  
52/2000 right sided hemiplegia CT Scan not affordable           62 F 0 24/Apr/00 30/Apr/00 7 8 0 5  
58/2000 left sided hemiplegia with slurred speech           53 M 21 8/May/00 13/May/00 6 8 2 4  
59/2000 left sided hemiplegia, no CT Scan report. Secondary Attack.           50 M 3 8/May/00 12/May/00 5 0 1 5  
60/2000 right sided hemiplegia CT 1) infarcts in the left occipital and left paraventricular white matter region (2)Senile cerebral atrophy, parkinsonism+, stiffness++           65 M 800 9/May/00 14/May/00 6 8 0 3  
61/2000 left sided hemiplegia, CT Scan not affordable           60 F 0 15/May/00 22/May/00 8 0 0 5  
62/2000 Left sided hemiplegia, CT Scan - Fresh non haemorrhegic infarct in the right frontal and parito-occipital cortical region, ie in the right MCA Territory.           52 M 51 17/May/00 21/May/00 5 4 1 5  
63/2000 Right sided hemiplegia, CT Scn within normal limits.           61 F 800 22/May/00 7/Jun/00 17 4 1 5  
64/2000 left sided hemiplegia, CT - hypodense non-enhancing area of fresh infarct in the right high pariatal cortical region. Old infarcts seen in the pons, left claustral region and hypodensities indicating white matter ischemia in bilateral peri and paraventricular white matter region, changes of senile cerebral cortical atrophy.           49 M 45 24/May/00 29/May/00 6 8 2 5  
67/2000 left sided hemiplegia, CT Scan not affordable           60 M 365 4/Jun/00 9/Jun/00 6 0 3 5  
68/2000 right sided hemiplegia. left sided condition cured completely in this hospital three years back. CT - hypodense non-enhancing area of fresh infarct in the right peri- and para-ventricular fronto-parital white matter regions. Old infarcts seen in left occipital and left basal gangleonic paraventricular white matter region with senile cerebral cortical atrophy.           64 M 0 6/Jun/00 13/Jun/00 8 0 2 5  
70/2000 left sided hemiplegia, CT Scan not affordable           60 M 5 8/Jun/00 12/Jun/00 5 4 0 5  
74/2000 Status epilecticus: An old case of right sided hemiplegia about 25 years back with complete recovery Diabetes Mellitus Hypertension       70 F 2 24/Jun/00 26/Jun/00 3 0 0 5  
78/2000 Right sided hemiparesis with slurred speech Diabetes Mellitus Hypertension       60 M 1 2/Jul/00 10/Jul/00 9 0 0 3 Able to talk
84/2000 Right sided hemiplegia, CT shows age related atrophy with left paraventricular and right cerebellar infarct with mild white matter hyperperfusion Diabetes Mellitus         55 M 8 9/Jul/00 13/Jul/00 5 12 0 4 Able to walk independently without support
86/2000 Right sided hemiplegia with aphasia CT shows an acute left middle cerebral artery territory infarct in the left posterior parietal region Diabetes Mellitus         45 M 12 11/Jul/00 9/Aug/00 30 24 0 4 Can walk and talk nicely
85/2000 Left sided hemiplegia CT shows focal hypodense areas of infarcts in the right paraventricular white matter, no hemorrhage           63 F 9 9/Jul/00 3/Aug/00 26 8 0 4  
92/2000 Right sided hemiplegia, no investigations           60 M 60 26/Jul/00 30/Jul/00 5 8 0 5  
97/2000 Right sided hemiplegia with slurred speech and loss of orientation, CT shows normal scan with senile brain atrophy           73 M 0 16/Aug/00 18/Aug/00 3 0 0 5 Discharged after full recovery
100/2000 Right sided hemiplegia, old case of hemiplegia on left side, complete recovery CT shows evidence of intracerebral hematoma in left thallamic capsular, temporal and paraventricular white matter regions with left ventricular mass effect and mild midline shift, intravenrticular extension of bleed into the lateral ventricles   Hypertension       80 F 0 13/Aug/00 21/Aug/00 9 0 0 4  
103/2000 Left sided hemiparesis with slurred speech, CT shows evidence of an enhancing lesion with no perifocal edema in the left posterial parietal cortical region which is likely to be of vesicular origin, ?AV malformation infarct is seen in the left anterior parietal region with eschemic changes in the bilateral claustral and basal ganglionic regions           50 F 0 11/Sep/00 18/Sep/00 8 8 0 5  
106/2000 Right sided hemiplegia with slurred speech         80 % Left interior carotid artery occlusion with epilepsy 28 M 60 16/Sep/00 21/Sep/00 6 8 1 4 Independently walking with clear speech
107/2000 Left sided hemiplegia, MRI shows marked changes of atrophy and chronic white matter hypoperfusion with multiple lacunar infarcts, probably frech ischemic lesions in thalamic and pons, marked cerebal and cerebellar atrophy causing dilation of sulcal spaces basal cisterns and sub arachniod spaces           55 F 485 16/Sep/00 9/Oct/00 24 12 0 4 Reluctant for physiotherapy
110/2000 Left sided hemiplegia CT scan shows large acute deep right temporo-parietal intracerebral hematoma with intraventricular extensions with age related atrophy with right parietal calcified meningioma, MRI shows large early sub acute intra parenchymal hemmorhage in the right temoporo-fronto-parietal region with intraventricular extensions and mass effect. Other ischemic foci are noted in the deep periventricular white matter and centrum   Hypertension       60 F 270 17/Sep/00 21/Oct/00 35 12 0 3 Extremely obese, reluctant for physiotherapy
111/2000 Rgith sided hemiplegia with aphasia, CT shows no changes known epileptic           55 M 7 18/Sep/00 13/Oct/00 26 0 0 4  
118/2000 Left upper hemipoaresis with slurred speech, CT scan shows generalised brain atrophy, Hypodense non enhancing lesion seen in the right parietal paraventricular lobe due to infarction, in right parietal lobe, posteriorly hypodense non enchancing lesion seen due to infarction   Hypertension       65 F 150 9/Oct/00 14/Oct/00 6 0 1 5  
119/2000 Right sided hemiplegia, CT shows mild age related cerebral atrophy with ischemic changes           92 M 146 10/Oct/00 15/Oct/00 6 8 1 4 Able to walk as well and talk fluently
120/2000 Right sided hemiplegia with losss of speech, imbalance. CT shows changes of mild generalised atrophy with hypodense areas of non hemorrhagic infarct in right cerebellar hemisphere, suble hypodensity in right temporo-parietal region and early infarct, thrombotic clot           59 F 9 12/Oct/00 16/Oct/00 5 8 0 2 Able to talk, treated for HD 1 year back, so only oral treatment. No parentral medication
125/2000 Left sided hemiplegia with defective speech due to hypertensive neuropathy, Ct shows focal areas of non hemorrhagic infarcts in the right frontal-paraventricular region and left high parietal cortex   Hypertension       42 F 2 20/Oct/00 27/Oct/00 8 8 0 4 Speech totally recovered, balance completely recovered, able to walk independently
126/2000 Right sided hemiplegia, CT scan shows hypodense lesions seen in left parietal paraventricular lobe, posteriorly extending to left high parietal lobe. Another small sub cortial hypodense lesion seen is also due to infarction         Arthritis 60 F 15 30/Oct/00 12/Nov/00 14 0 0 2 Patients psychological condition not good. Reluctant for followup
127/2000 Right sided hemiplegia Diabetes Mellitus Hypertension       50 F 15 30/Oct/00 30/Nov/00 32 0 0 4 Discharged on request
131/2000 Right sided hemiplegia Diabetes Mellitus Hypertension       55 M 3 4/Nov/00 7/Nov/00 4 0 0 2 Uncontrolled Diabetes Mellitus
133/2000 Disorientation and brain atrophy. CT scan shows diffused cerebral atrophy with old infarcts of right frontal paraventricular white matter and in the sub cortical white matter of the left occipital lobe, extensive choriod plexus calcification   Hypertension       70 M 1 4/Nov/00 11/Nov/00 8 8 0 5  
134/2000 Loss of balance after a stroke, CT shows watershade infarct in the regional fronto-parietal lobe, small infarct in the pons   Hypertension       65 F 8 4/Nov/00 11/Nov/00 8 8 0 5  
137/2000 Viral neuropathy, loss of power in both upper and lower extremeties, scan not affordable           25 F 3 8/Nov/00 24/Nov/00 17 0 0 4  
138/2000 Right sided hemiplegia CT shows hypodense infarction in both capsules on both sides, small hypodense lesion is seen in right parietal paraventricular lobe Diabetes Mellitus Hypertension       60 M 10 10/Nov/00 3/Dec/00 24 0 0 3 Able to walk with support, able to talk
140/2000 Left sided hemiplegia, CT shows ill defined fresh infarcts involving right middle cerebral artery with another infarct in the left lentiform nucleus           58 M 18 20/Nov/00 4/Dec/00 15 1 0 3 Patient had attack of angina thus reffered
143/2000 Right sided hemiparesis Diabetes Mellitus         60 F 2 27/Nov/00 2/Dec/00 6 0 0 4  
144/2000 Left sided hemiplegia           66 F 0 3/Dec/00 7/Dec/00 5 0 2 3 Non cooperative
147/2000 Right sided hemiparesis, cerebral atrophy, CT shows 1. Changes of mild generalised cerebral and cerebellar atrophy 2. Old infarct in the para-sagittal region   Hypertension       70 F 0 16/Dec/00 20/Dec/00 5 8 0 4  
149/2000 Right sided hemiparesis with slurred speech, CT shows ill defined hypodensity noted in the right frontal white matter suggestive of an infarct (no fresh infarct noted)   Hypertension       75 M 0 28/Dec/00 3/Jan/01 7 8 0 5  
3/2001 Right sided hemiplegia. Normal CT scan   Hypertension       41 F 60 3/Jan/01 8/Jan/01 6 8 0 4  
5/2001 Right sided hemiplgia due to Hypertension. Scanning - CT scan study revels a lacunar infarct in the left paraventricular white matter   Hypertension       55 M 0 15/Jan/01 20/Jan/01 6 8 0 4 patient dischared o.k. satisfied)
8/2001 Right sided hemiplegia. No scanning was done. Diabetes Mellitus         62 M 12 23/Jan/01 27/Jan/01 5 0 0 4 can walk without support, cannot lift weight.
10/2001 Right sided hemiplegia   Hypertension       70 M 1 30/Jan/01 15/Feb/01 17 2 0 4 in both limbs
13/2001 Right sided hemiplegia with right sided facial paralysis with aphesia. CT- large no. of hemoregic acute infarct in the left middle cerebral artery territory with mild accompanying edema. No intra-crenial hemmorage is noted Diabetes Mellitus Hypertension       50 M 1 1/Mar/01 10/Mar/01 10 15 0 4 in both extremities, talking improved
21/2001 Right sided hemiplegia with losss of speech, imbalance. CT shows changes of mild generalised atrophy with hypodense areas of non hemorrhagic infarct in right cerebellar hemisphere, suble hypodensity in right temporo-parietal region and early infarct, thrombotic clot           65 F 180 21/Mar/01 25/Mar/01 5 4 0 4 patient not only recovered on the right side but also recovered on left side. Power in both upper and lower limbs. Independent activities without support. Satisfied
24/2001 Right sided hemiplegia with slurred speech   Hypertension Alcoholic   tobacoo eating 50 M 3 25/Mar/01 31/Mar/01 7 2 0 5 recovered 90%. Fine writing ability; speech-recovered completely
27/2001 Right sided hemiplegia Ct scan - 3.4 x 3.3 cm intracerebral bleed noted in the left basal ganglia with surrounding edema and mass effect on the lateral ventrical           55 F 50 30/Mar/01 8/Apr/01 10   0 4 power in lower and upper extremities. Not willing to have psysiotherepy
29/2001 Right sided hemiplegia CT scan 7/2/2001 large left basal ganglia hemorrhage extending into temporal and parital white matter with marked mass effect on left lateral ventricle spreading left thalmus. 8/2/2001 - large left ganglio-capsular hematoma shows increase in size, volume and mass effect as compared to the previous scan dated 7/2/2001         Head injury. History of fall. 65 M 55 24/Jan/01 11/Apr/01 78 0 0 4 power in both limbs. Walks straight freely. Uses upper extremity freely.
31/2001 Right sided hemiplegia. Slurred speech. CT scan 1. Small left paraventricular infarct. 2. Right caudate nucleus old infarct perinial paraventricular ischemic changes           60 F 4 7/Apr/01 11/Apr/01 5 4 3 4 patient's speech became clear. Walks freely without support.
32/2001 Right sided hemiplegia. CT scan - changes of generalised senile cerebral atrophy with a fresh hematoma left thalmo capsular basal ganglionic region   Hypertension       85 M 730 10/Apr/01 16/Apr/01 7 8 0 4 power in both extremities. Orientation improvement speech improvement. Able to walk, sometimes needs help due to age.
33/2001 Right sided hemiplegia with slurred speech, not able to walk with support, very slow action. CT shows evidence of lacunar infarct in both the internal capsules both parital and paraventricular whit matter regions and both high pariatal regions senile critical cerebral atrophy         bypass heart surgury 4 years back 60 F 730 10/Apr/01 20/Apr/01 11 0 2 4 able to talk clearly, able to walk without support
34/2001 Right sided hemiplegia with slurred speech and disorientation, loss of balance Diabetes Mellitus Hypertension       50 M 1 15/Apr/01 22/Apr/01 8 8 0 4 power in both extremities. Balance regained, able to walk freely, able to eat with right hand. Talks clearly
36/2001 Right sided hemiplegia. No orientation CT scan shows large hemorrage infarction. Right middle cerebral artery terretorey with significant midline shift of 1 cm towards left side with ensuing descending trans-tentorial herniation. Was semi-consious and unable to speak Diabetes Mellitus Hypertension     history of cardiac ischemia treated in ruby hall for cardiac pathology then brought here. 58 M 6 17/Apr/01 16/May/01 30 8 0 4 power in both extremities. Orienttation recovered. Talks clearly.
37/2001 Left sided hemiplegia CT scan shows hyper dense 3.5 + 2.7 cm right paraventricular intracerebral hematoma extending into right thalamus and pariatal region causing mass effect on lateral verntricle   Hypertension       55 M 4 20/Apr/01 24/Apr/01 5 6 0 5 100% recovery
40/2001 Left sided hemiplegia slurred speech, Ct scan shows areas of infarction in right temporaral and right pariatal lobes         sudden mental tension 48 F 97 21/Apr/01 25/Apr/01 5 2 2 4 80% recovery
42/2001 Left sided hemiplegia CT scan shows hyper dense lesion (CT value 1.5 +1.4) seen in the right pariatal lobe including the posterior pariatal lobe involving positive pariatal paraventricular lobe and also extending to the high pariatla lobe due to infarction (images 5 to 12) Modular hyper dense lesion is seen in the parafalcine region on right side in the high pariatal lobe is due to falx calcification (image 13)   Hypertension       75 F 7 28/Apr/01 16/May/01 19 8 0 5 power in lower extremity upper extremity - huge edema due to total mastectomy from carcinoma breast so no ambulation

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