Man suffered a stroke that made him believe it was fine to masturbate in front ...

Bank manager, 67, suffered a stroke that made him believe it was fine to masturbate 'without shame' in front of his relatives His family were concerned when they noticed drastic changes in his behaviour  Medics in Mostoles, near Madrid, conducted several tests on the unnamed man The medics claim his stroke was 'silent' - which occurs with little symptoms 

By Stephen Matthews Health Editor For Mailonline

Published: 09:26 GMT, 1 February 2019 | Updated: 09:27 GMT, 1 February 2019

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A stroke caused a 67-year-old man to believe it was fine to masturbate 'without shame' in front of his relatives.

The bank manager's family were concerned when they noticed drastic changes in his behaviour and took him to hospital.

As well as masturbating in front of them, the relatives told doctors that he was addressing them them with inappropriate sexual words.   

A CT scan showed a 5cm shadow in his frontal lobe, which they feared resembled a 'non-aggressive brain tumour'. A team of doctors led by Dr Rafael García Carretero then settled on the diagnosis of a subacute anterior cerebral artery stroke 

A CT scan showed a 5cm shadow in his frontal lobe, which they feared resembled a 'non-aggressive brain tumour'. A team of doctors led by Dr Rafael García Carretero then settled on the diagnosis of a subacute anterior cerebral artery stroke 

Medics in Mostoles, 16miles (26km) south-west of Madrid, conducted several tests on the unnamed man.

The team at Hospital Universitario de Mostoles found no abnormalities with his brain function and decided to then arrange a CT scan of the organ.

The scan showed a 5cm shadow in his frontal lobe, which they feared resembled a 'non-aggressive brain tumour'.

A team of doctors led by Dr Rafael García Carretero then settled on the diagnosis of a subacute anterior cerebral artery stroke.

The medics branded his stroke as being 'silent' - one that occurs without, or with very little, symptoms. 

Over the course of the patient's one-week hospital stay, his neurological symptoms improved, the medics revealed in the BMJ Case Reports.

Writing in the journal, they added: 'His

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