Diagnóstico y tratamiento | 05 SEP 16

Síndrome de vasoconstricción cerebral reversible

Se caracteriza por cefaleas intensas, con otros síntomas o sin ellos y constricción segmentaria de las arterias cerebrales, que se resuelve dentro de los tres meses de su inicio.
Autor/a: Dr. Ducros Anne Lancet Neurol 2012; 11: 906–17
INDICE:  1. Artículo | 2. Referencias

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