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Abstract Title:

[Celiac disease, cerebral venous thrombosis and protein S deficiency, a fortuitous association?].

Abstract Source:

J Mal Vasc. 2005 Sep;30(4 Pt 1):228-30. PMID: 16292200

Abstract Author(s):

M Bahloul, A Chaari, N Khlaf-Bouaziz, H Kallel, L Chaari, C Ben Hamida, H Chelly, N Rekik, M Bouaziz

Article Affiliation:

Service de réanimation médicale, CHU Habib Bourguiba, Route el Ain Km 1, 3029 Sfax, Tunisie. bahloulmab@yahoo.fr

Abstract:

INTRODUCTION: Celiac disease is a pathology which is rarely associated with thrombosis complications. Cerebral vascular thrombosis has never been described in patients with a celiac disease.

OBSERVATION: We report an observation of a 21-year-old girl with a history of celiac disease who was hospitalized in the intensive care unit for convulsive status epilepticus secondary to a cerebral venous thrombosis. The etiologic investigation of this thrombo-embolic complication revealed protein S deficit. Our patient improved under symptomatic treatment.

COMMENT: This original observation confirms that celiac disease can be associated with cerebral venous thrombosis.

Study Type : Human: Case Report

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