Seeing is believing

41-year-old male patient from Darjeeling, presented with complaints of painless, non-progressive swelling over the right side of the neck for the past 8 years with paroxysmal paraesthesia over the right ear for the past 8 months. He had a history of similar swelling on the left side for which he was evaluated and underwent surgical

Dusk before the dawn

A 46-year-old, otherwise healthy woman presented to the Emergency Department with a 3 days history of sore throat, difficulty in swallowing and restricted neck movements. No other significant medical history. On examination: Vitals are normal and stable. Patient not on any respiratory distress. Oral cavity – Normal Oropharynx – Hyperemic Neck – tender and movements