Jugular vein thrombosis due to Behçet disease


A 46-years-old patient with a 7 years history of oral and genital recurrent ulceration with ocular redness since one year. He was admitted for the management of edema of the face and the neck, the onset was progressive without fever or poor general condition. On physical examination, the patient was aware, he had no fever, heart rate at 80b / min, blood… (More)
DOI: 10.11604/pamj.2015.20.216.6060

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