Sudden Death with Dual Organ Pathologies–An Autopsy -based Case Report
Keywords:Sudden death,hypertensive cardiomyopathy,Angiomatousmeningioma, Intracranialtumor, Space occupying lesion, Autopsy
Sudden death due to cardiac cause is considered as a major health problem worldwide accounting for
15–20% of all deaths and cardiomyopathies account for 10–15% of the cases.According to the 2016
WHO classification, angiomatous meningioma is a rare subtype of meningioma classified as Grade I. It
is an aggressive variety with a fair prognosis, with typical symptoms including headache and seizures.
We present a case of a 60-year-old man brought to the morgue for autopsy with a history of progressive
left-sided weakness and headache for several months with no prior diagnosis or treatment for the same
because of current pandemic of COVID-19.On conducting medicolegal autopsy significant pathologies
in heart and brain were found which could have contributed to the cause of death
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