14 - Case report: Sneddon syndrome
Gamze Bayülkem, Burhanettin Uludağ, Önder Akyürekli
Sneddon syndrome is characterized by ischemic serebrovascular disease and livedoreticularis. This syndrome was described by Sneddon in 1965
Case: 40 years old man was admitted at the hospital with complaints numbness of his right arm and leg and slurred speech. His clinical examination was revealed livedoreticularis both lowers extremities and gluteal reginos. Neuroimaging evaluation was appeared chronic lacuner infarct on left capsula interna posterior leg and right talamus and subacute infarct near frontal horn. In our study, we amied to review clinical laboratory characteristics of Sneddon syndrome which is a seldom disease due to a case.
Keywords: Sneddon syndrome, livedo retikülaris.
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