Title: Sturge-Weber syndrome: A Case Report in estimating diagnostic importance of Neuroimaging
Authors: Dr Abhishek Kaushik, Dr Sachin, Dr Kirti Chaturvedy, Dr Prateek Sihag
Sturge Weber syndrome (SWS) is a rare neurocutaneous syndrome, that is sporadic and in majority of the cases is characterized by a port wine stain. We aimed to present a SWS patient with the history of convulsions and to draw attention towards the role of MRI and NCCT in evaluating the cases of SWS. A 6-year-old male patient presented our department for NCCT head with complaints of an episode of convulsion. At his physical examination a facial nevus was observed. He had a history of convulsions at the age of 8 months.