Chapter 13 - Ancillary Neurodiagnostic Procedures—Lumbar Puncture and Neuroimaging

Video 13-1. Patient with HIV and aseptic meningitis attributed to immune reconstitution
inflammatory syndrome (IRIS).
Video 13-2. Patient with advanced bilateral papilledema due to superior sagittal sinus
venous thrombosis.
Video 13-3. Cranial fossa fracture in a patient with bilateral raccoon's eyes and a right
Battle sign describing CSF otorrhea. The patient also exhibits asterixis of the upper
extremities. CT also demonstrates pneumocephalus.
Video 13-4. Young patient with viral meningitis due to Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).
Video 13-5. Right crural predominant hemiparesis due to left anterior cerebral artery
(ACA) territory infarction. MRA shows left A3CA occlusion.
Video 13-6. Patient with cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical
infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL).
Video 13-7. Patient with von Hippel-Lindau syndrome and spinal cord
(conus medullaris region) hemangioblastoma.