めまいをきたした神経ベーチェット例 [in Japanese] A Case of Neuro-Behcet with Dizziness [in Japanese]
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A 51-year-old woman complained of nausea, headache and dizziness with nystagmus. She had presented with recurrent oral aphthous ulcers, genital ulcers and erythematous lesion, except for eye lesion, and was diagnosed as incomplete Behçet's disease in another hospital. Headache and dizziness were first suspected as cerebellum infarction, but MRI of the brain and cerebrospinal fluid analysis revealed Neuro-Behçet. When patients with Behçet's disease visit otolaryngology clinics for oral lesions, we should be sensitive to minor symptoms of Behçet's disease.
- Pract.Otol. (Kyoto)
Pract.Otol. (Kyoto) 100(2), 97-100, 2007-02-01
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