Bilateral carotid dissection and factor V mutation: a second case.

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A young woman 38 years of age underwent Doppler ultrasonography following the spontaneous appearance of cervical pain causing loss of sleep. The examination revealed bilateral dissection of the internal carotid arteries, confirmed by supraaortic arteriography. Two successive CT scans showed no cerebral lesions. A thrombosis of the great saphenous vein was… (More)

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@article{Cardon2000BilateralCD, title={Bilateral carotid dissection and factor V mutation: a second case.}, author={Cyril Cardon and F F Diemont and Pierre Julia and Eric Solomon Chemla and J N Fabiani}, journal={Annals of vascular surgery}, year={2000}, volume={14 5}, pages={503-6} }