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Cerebral internal venous thrombosis are rare and diagnosis is difficult. We report three cases in male adults. Clinical data were headaches, vomiting, dizziness and coma, in relation with an intracranial hypertension, or in a case, cardiocirculatory arrest. Cerebral internal veinous thrombosis was diagnosed by a CT scan and cerebral angiography twenty four(More)
Multiple hydatid cysts of the brain are uncommon and may be either primary or secondary. We report a 12-year-old child with multiple hydatid cysts of the brain occurring 1 year after surgical rupture of a primary large and infected cerebral hydatid cyst. Surgical removal of hydatid cysts was successfully performed. Albendazole (10 mg/kg twice daily for 12(More)
A 26-year-old male patient presented to our rheumatology clinic with pain, swelling and limitation of movement in his right ankle, and also purpuric skin lesions in the lower extremity pretibial region. He was asked questions, and he said that he had been having chronic low back pain and morning stiffness for the last few years. His physical examination(More)
42-year-old old female patient, followed up with diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis for 15 years, was admitted with necrotising ulcer of left hand 1st and 2nd fingertips and pain, swelling, limitation of movement, and morning stiffness at bilateral wrist, and metacarpophalangeal and proximal interphalangeal joints. Laboratory tests revealed elevated acute(More)
Introduction. Sarcoidosis, which is a chronic inflammatory granulomatous disease, can mimic different rheumatologic diseases including connective tissue diseases. Antinuclear antibodies are the markers used for connective tissue diseases. Aim. To determine antinuclear antibody frequency and any possible correlation with clinical and laboratory data in(More)
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