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      news Takayasu's Disease Presenting As Convulsive Syncope Which Had Been Misinterpreted As Epilepsy: A Case Report

      Presented by:Journal of Medical Case Reports / Bindu Menon and A Himabindu
      Summary points:A 19-year-old woman of Asian origin is referred for the management of refractory seizures. Physical examination, laboratory data, radiological findings, and treatment are described; images provided. The authors discuss an unusual presentation of Takayasu's disease with convulsive syncope and systemic constitutional symptoms.
      Accreditation:Journal of Medical Case Reports

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