Cerebral vein thrombosis is a neurological emergency with a frequency similar to meningitis. We don't often think about this, but we probably should. With early diagnosis and appropriate management, outcomes are often very good (making this one of the most treatable forms of stroke).
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Excellent summary. Don’t see this topic reviewed very often. Thank you
Thank you for the post!
Can you delve deeper into CVT in pregnancy?
When to worry about it?
Which trimester are they a risk? When are they most hypercoagulatable?
Hx of temporal headache, but now have frontal sinusitis type headdache with no real URI symptoms, Do I CT venogram?
Thanks for the informative content.
Could you please clarify why we should avoid treating CVT with UFH in patients suffering antiphospholipid syndrome?
I have not found appropriate information on the question.
If anybody can help, please share your knowledge!