Takayasu’s Arteritis is a chronic, idiopathic, inflammatory disease that primarily affects large blood vessels such as aorta and its branches.1 Neurological symptoms occur in about 50% of cases but stroke occurs in about 10% of patients with Takayasu’s Arteritis2 . We report two such cases and emphasize the need for thorough evaluation of young patients with stroke to establish the underlying etiology.
Journal of Pakistan Medical Association
Khealani, B. A.,
Baig, S. M.
(2002). Takayasu's arteritis presenting as ischemic stroke--case report. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association, 52(6), 263-265.
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