• The presence of an intracranial mass lesion should be considered in any patient experiencing episodes of reversible cerebral deficit. I studied four patients, all with intracranial masses, who had recurrent attacks of hemiparesis, hemisensory disturbance, disorientation, or dysphasia. While the mechanism of these attacks is unknown, there are several possibilities.
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