Cerebral Sinovenous Thrombosis

A 62-year-old woman came with complain of headache behind her left eye that came on gradually and has persisted for 5 days. She reports that the day before her daughter noticed slight redness to the left eyelid. The patient denies photophobia but reports nausea and an episode of emesis. She has no history of similar headaches and denies fever or other complaints. The patient’s vital signs are normal except for a temperature of 99.5 "F. Physical examination reveals mild redness of the left upper eyelid and the left side of the scalp but is otherwise normal. MRI- demonstrated chronic cerebral venous thrombosis. What can we do in such case?

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Dear Dr. Harsh Sharma Sir, Advice for the case, Shirodhara with Brahmi tail. Netra tarpana. Nasyam with goghruta.

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Cerebral Sinovenous Thrombosis./Stroke. Take Surgeons Opinion.

How u diagnose it sir?
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Cerebral Sinovenous Thrombosis/Stroke Go For Surgery MRI Brain

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Agree With Dr. KEDARESHWAR PANCHOLI SirOpinion

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Refer to Neuro surgeon

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Neurosurgeon Opinion

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D/D For Further.

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Refer to Surgical Deptt.

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Can have opinion of neurosurgeon.

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Clopidrazole and atrovastin like drug given and menitole drip started and admire or in hospital

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