Author(s): Karouache A, Mounach J, Bouraza A, Ouahabi H, Reda R,
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Abstract INTRODUCTION: Two cases of hyperthyroidism revealed by a cerebral venous thrombosis are reported. EXEGESIS: Clinical symptomatology consisted of intra-cranial hypertension and convulsive crisis associated to thyrotoxicosis. Evolution was favorable with etiologic and symptomatic therapy. CONCLUSION: The cerebral venous thrombosis risk on hyperthyroidism is discussed.
This article was published in Rev Med Interne
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