Cerebral venous thrombosis presenting as a complication of inflammatory bowel disease
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Cerebral venous thrombosis is an uncommon and diverse entity accounting for less than 1% of strokes. It can present with a variety of clinical symptoms ranging from isolated headaches to deep coma making the clinical diagnosis difficult. We present a rare case of cerebral venous thrombosis secondary to dehydration and inflammatory bowel disease.
KeywordsCerebral venous thrombosis Inflammatory bowel disease Dehydration Headache Convulsion
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