Merwarth, H.R.

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Merwarth,

H.R.,
Merwarth syndrome - progressive hemiplegia due to venous occlusion. Synonym(s): cerebral venous thrombosis
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PNH is an uncommon cause of hemolytic anemia, which can rarely present as thrombotic episodes, such as cerebral venous thrombosis. The diagnosis- if thought of and sorted for early-gives us an opportunity to intervene hence, improving the patient related outcome.
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Cerebral venous thrombosis as a complication of Crohn disease: a case report.
Herein, we report a rare case of brucellosis with an ischemic stroke after transient ischemic attacks (TIA), hydrocephalus and cerebral venous thrombosis. Our aim was to emphasize the importance of brucellosis, which is an endemic infection in our country, especially during the diagnostic evaluation of stroke.
Conclusion: Since the prevalence of individual thrombophilic defects varies in each population, ethnic group and geographical location, screening for thrombophilic defects in patients presenting with cerebral venous thrombosis should primarily investigate the most frequent thrombophilia risk factors.
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MRI with magnetic resonance venography can eliminate the need for invasive angiography in patients with cerebral venous thrombosis.
Ms Jones claimed that she suffered a cerebral venous thrombosis due to the medication in December 1994.
Debra Jones, 31, of Aberdare, suffered a cerebral venous thrombosis in December 1994; Andrea Massey, 25, of Wrexham, suffered a stroke in July 1995 and Karen Roberts, 39, of Denbigh, suffered a deep vein thrombosis in August 1995 after taking the drug.
Debra Jones, 31, of Aberdare, South Wales, who had taken Femodene and had a cerebral venous thrombosis in December 1994.