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J Neurocrit Care 2010;3(2): 42-44.
경막하 출혈 후에 발생한 얼굴에 국한된 Myorhythmia 1예
권용욱1·이종윤1·김광선1·박세호1·심숙영2·고임석1·조필자1
국립중앙의료원 신경과,1 신경외과2
A Case of Facial Myorhythmia after Subdural Hemorrhage
Yong-Uk Kwon, MD1, Jong Yun Lee, MD, PhD1, Kwang Sun Kim, MD1, Se Ho Park, MD1, Suk-Young Sim, MD2, Im-Seok Koh, MD1 and Phil-Za Cho, MD1
1Departments of Neurology, 2Neurosugery, National Medical Center, Seoul, Korea
ABSTRACT
Background: Myorhythmia is characterized by regular and rhythmic 1 to 3 Hz muscle contractions and usually involves isolated limbs or appears in combination with other body regions. Etiology of myorhythmia is known to be diverse.
Case Report: A 58-year-old man was hospitalized with traumatic subdural hematoma (SDH). On 5 days after burr-hole trephination, involuntary 2-3 Hz rhythmic facial movement developed. Brain MRI showed SDH in the right temporo-parietal lesions. His myorhythmia completely improved with carbamazepin, clonazepam and baclofen. Two months later, after stopping medications, facial myorhythmia spreading to left arm recurred. After restarting the medication, symptoms were improved.
Conclusions: SDH may be one of the causes of myorhythmia.
Key Words: Facial myorhythmia · Subdural hematoma
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