June 15, 2017 - 08:00-08:10
Dr Chassin presents an atypical case of stroke:
- A 50-year-old male was admitted to a primary stroke centre at 5.30 pm
- Vision blurring followed by right monocular blindness at 3 pm
- No other neurologic sign, NIHSS on admission: 0
- No headache, no neck pain, normal pupillary light responses but severe vision loss of right eye
- MRI shows several small infarcts with suspicion of acute occlusion of internal carotid.
How would you treat this patient?