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Unformatted text preview: or both frontal lobes Right facial signs suggest left-sided lesion is probable Seizure suggests an irritative lesion in or near the motor cortex Differential Diagnosis Differential diagnosis would include: Slow growing tumor Unusual type of chronic infection with no history of fever Neurodegenerative disorder Diagnosis A EEG confirmed abnormal wave activity in the left hemisphere Imaging studies confirmed a calcified multifocal mass in the left frontoparietal region Brain biopsy confirmed malignant glioma...
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