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  • Analysis of clinical features of ocular presentation in cranial venous sinus thrombosis. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Med Res 2011 Jul 25; 16(7):324-7
  • Wang D, Fang B, Wei S
  • CONCLUSIONS: As ophthalmologists, we should master the onset characteristics and clinical manifestations of CVST. Early diagnosis and treatment is very important for the prevention of vision deterioration, especially for patients with ocular syndrome as the initial onset syndrome. For isolated agnogenic intracranial hypertension, we should consider the possibility of CVST.
  • [A rare cause of variceal bleeding]. [Case Reports]
  • ZGZ Gastroenterol 2010; 48(10):1215-8
  • Naderi J, Lohse AW, … Schramm C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Agnogenic myeloid metaplasia is a rare cause of portal hypertension and may present with variceal bleeding. Clinicians should be aware of this rare cause of portal hypertension, as treatment of the underlying disease with cytoreductive therapy and appropriate management of portal hypertension may lead to long-term survival.
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