ASSOCIATION OF CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT WITH POLYCYTHEMIA VERA
AbstractPolycythemia Vera is a rare myeloproliferative neoplasm usually having ischemic stroke/thrombotic episode as presenting complaint. The patient reported had history of Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) two years back but blood cell counts were normal that time with no Polycythaemia Vera.Keywords: Polycythemia Vera; Cerebrovascular accident; myeloproliferative neoplasm
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