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55 years old gentlleman, with background history of hypertension, hypercholesterolaemia, attended emergency department with sudden on-set of left sided weakness,left facial droop, with the onset time of around 2 hours ago. Patient is on medications for his hypertension and hypercholesterolol, compliance was not great, Patient experienced left sided weaknes with facial droop, when he working in his shop, and was witnessed by his wife, On examination, patient has left facial droop, with power of left upper limb of 2, and left lower limb of 3, with dysmetria, sensory and visual inattention, minimal dysarthria. What is the potential working diagnosis and differential diagnosis for this patient ?? Is it a medical emergency that warrant urgent/immediate investigation and intervention??? What will be the subsequent management plan ?? Prognosis??