65-year-old man, Day 10 ICU. Post operative sterotactic biopsy lesion right temporal lobe. Subsequently slow neurological recovery. Clinical findings included a VP shunt, VI cranial nerve lesion on the right, monoparesis of the right arm, upward plantar on the right.
Candidates were informed the patient was slow to recover following a neurosurgical procedure. They were asked to assess his neurological state, provide a differential diagnosis, and outline a plan for his further management.