Protein S Deficiency - An Uncommon Cause with Common Presentation
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Stroke in child poses a major health problem. Thrombophilic factors have been implicated in 4-8% of young stroke worldwide. Protein S deficiency is a very rare cause of stroke. A few cases have been reported in literature. We are reporting a rare case of protein S deficiency causing stroke in a two year old child.
J Nepal Paediatr Soc 2015;35(2):192-194
Copyright (c) 2016 Nabanita Kora, Rajib Das, Sabyasachi Som, Sumanta Laha, Nayan Bannerji, Kriti sundar Rana
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