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Background The discovery of late epileptic seizures following cerebral venous thrombosis may be helpful in prognosis and management. To determine risk factors for LS due to CVT, we systematically reviewed the literature to determine risk factors for LS due to CVT. In meta-analysis and reported as odds ratio and corresponding 95% confidence intervals using random-effects models, the risk of developing CVT-LS was discussed. Out of the 332 records that were retrieved, four research were eventually included with a total of 1309 patients with CVT and 142 with CVT-LS, and 142 with CVT-LS. Conclusion There are several risk factors for CVT-LS that should be considered in clinical practice, including a few that should be included in clinical practice.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10072-022-06148-y
The results of COVID-19, a kidney transplant recipient, have resulted in high mortality. kidney transplant recipients of COVID-19, including diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and chronic kidney disease, in addition to their immunocompromised states, suffer with particular exacerbation risk comorbidities of COVID-19, such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and chronic kidney disease. However, thromboembolic problems in kidney transplant recipients with COVID-19 have not been fully addressed in previous studies. Although the patient was not under coerced bed rest, ultrasound examination on day 10 revealed deep venous thrombosis with an elevated D-dimer level. We synthesised the mycophenolate mofetyl and the tacrolimus tablet, but did not have to give any specific treatment for COVID-19. Following a combination of heparin therapy and oral rivaroxaban for 2 months, the DVT disappeared. DVT occurred in a kidney transplant recipient with COVID-19 who was not bedridden, and could have heightened incidences during hospitalization.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13730-022-00724-z
In Congo, no prominent pediatric coronavirus disease 2019 cases have been reported at the start of the pandemic. However, serology tests for acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 antibodies were positive for immunoglobulin A1, hemoglobin A1, and hemoglobin F of 46. 2%, 19. 9%, and 38. 4%, respectively, while 38. 4% were negative for immunoglobulin H1, hemoglobin A1, hemoglobin A1, and 38. 4%, respectively. In Congo, this is the first review of a case of suspected acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection in Congo with venous thrombosis and acute pericarditis. Conclusion We hypothesized that this case of venous thrombosis and acute pericarditis in a Congolese child with heterozygous sickle cell disease was related to serious acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection, according to our hypotheses.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13256-022-03459-8
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