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Subacute brainstem angioencephalopathy: favorable outcome with anticoagulation therapy



Subacute brainstem angioencephalopathy: favorable outcome with anticoagulation therapy



Journal of the Neurological Sciences 275(1-2): 167-169



We present a patient who developed progressive neurological disease caused by lesions histologically compatible with those observed in subacute brainstem angioencephalopathy. The patient was treated with low-molecular weight heparin, and treatment response was monitored clinically and with MRI. Anticoagulation therapy stopped progression of the neurological deficit and led to improvement of MRI findings.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.jns.2008.07.036



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