D. Bala Subrahmanyam1 , B. Sarath Kumar Reddy2 , Revathi3 , G. Lokendranath4 , R. Prabhakar Rao5
We present a case of Wallenberg syndrome presented with persistent history of giddiness, nausea, vomiting, regurgitation of food into mouth, hemiparesis, sensory symptoms and ataxia. It is usually by occlusion of the cranial segment of the vertebral artery or the posterior inferior cerebellar artery due to thrombosis or embolism. The emboli may come from the heart or the great vessels. We can diagnose Lateral medullary syndrome with expert clinical eye and CT/MRI of the brain.