Cranial nerve syndrome in thrombosis of the transverse/sigmoid sinuses.

  title={Cranial nerve syndrome in thrombosis of the transverse/sigmoid sinuses.},
  author={J Kuehnen and Andreas Schwartz and Wolfgang Neff and Michael Hennerici},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  volume={121 ( Pt 2)},
Cerebral venous thrombosis (CVT) is a cerebrovascular disease associated with a wide variety of clinical signs and symptoms, which may often delay appropriate diagnosis. Single or multiple cranial nerve palsies (III-VIII) without evidence of other signs and symptoms have not, so far, been considered a relevant syndrome of CVT. This event turned out to be a characteristic finding in five patients with thrombosis of the ipsilateral transverse/sigmoid sinus, who were recruited prospectively over a… CONTINUE READING
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