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Sagittal Sinus Thrombosis as Unusual Site of Polycythemia Vera Associated Thrombosis
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  • Elabbass Abdelmahmuod,
  • Elrazi Ali,
  • Mohanad Ahmed,
  • Mohamed Abdelrazek,
  • Samah Kohla,
  • mohamed yassin
Elabbass Abdelmahmuod
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Elrazi Ali
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Mohanad Ahmed
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Mohamed Abdelrazek
Hamad Medical Corporation
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Samah Kohla
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mohamed yassin
HMC NCCCR
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Abstract

Polycythemia vera (PV) characterize by an increase in RBCs and hemoglobin concentration. The typical presentation of PV is a plethora and thrombosis. Sites of thrombosis are Lower limbs. Rare sites of thrombosis are sagittal sinus. We report a case of 52 years old women with polycythemia complicated with sagittal thrombosis