Karuna Tamrakar Karki1, Govinda Kandel2
1Department of Neurosurgery, B and C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal.
2Department of Internal Medicine, Mechi Zonal Hospital, Bhadrapur, Jhapa, Nepal.
Dr. Karuna Tamrakar Karki
Department of Neurosurgery
B and C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal
Background: Choroidal fissure cysts are benign, asymptomatic, and discovered incidentally. CSF containing cysts at the level of the choroidal fissure are usually present with vague symptoms like a complex type of headache, cognitive disorder, tremor, paraesthesia, and visual disturbance. Here is a case report of a 33-year-old non-diabetic, non-smoker gentleman who had an insidious onset of loss of sensation over the left half of the face for the last 3 years which was secondary to a small choroidal fissure cyst diagnosed in MRI brain.