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Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndromes (RCVS) and its mimics
Aneesh Singhal, MD, Presenter

Reversible cerebral vasoconstrictive syndrome is a neurological disorder with many manifestations that needs to be considered in younger patients with thunderclap headache and focal neurological deficits. It must be differentiated from vasculitis affecting the central nervous system, typical subarachnoid hemorrhage and other disorders. Vascular and parenchymal brain imaging are key in establishing the correct diagnosis. A correct diagnosis will lead to appropriate treatment options.

Highlights:

In this lecture, Dr. Singhal will educate the audience about:

1) the history and evolution of RCVS,
2) the key clinical and imaging features of RCVS
3) the approach to diagnosis and excluding mimics such as cerebral vasculitis and aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage,
4) the appropriate management of patients with RCVS
 
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