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Acute hemiparesis in Sturge-Weber syndrome

Abstract

A young woman, known to have Sturge-Weber syndrome, was admitted with headache and left hemiparesis. Neuroimaging showed chronic occlusion of the venous sinuses without evidence of acute thrombus formation, or a recent vascular event.

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