CEREBRAL VENOUS THROMBOSIS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AREA IN CHILDREN

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S Menascu
A Lotan
B Ben Zeev
U Nowak- Gottl
G Kenet *
(*) Corresponding Author:
G Kenet | Gili.kenet@sheba.health.gov.il

Abstract

Cerebral venous sinus (sinovenous) thrombosis (CSVT) is a serious and rare disorder,  increasingly recognized and diagnosed in pediatric patients. The etiology and pathophisiology has not yet been completely clarified, and unlike adults with CSVT,  management in children and neonates remains controversial. However, morbidity and mortality are significant, highlighting the continued need for high-quality studies within this field. The following review will highlight aspects of CSVT in the mediteranian area in children


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G Kenet

G Kenet, MDDirector, Thrombosis Unit, The national Hemophilia center, Sheba Medical  CenterTel Hashomer 52621, IsraelPhone:+972-3-5302120Fax:+972-3-5351806Email: Gili.kenet@sheba.health.gov.il