Rare syndrome that causes maternity confusion, hemiplegia

Dr. said that the patient gave birth 5 days ago, had a history of hypertension but did not treat it.

Upon admission, the patient has confusion, generalized convulsions with each attack, left hemiplegia.

Craniogram results detect multiple lesions, cerebral edema.

Doctors diagnose patients with the syndrome of reversible posterior cerebral circulation disorder (PRES), which is very rare.

Fortunately, the patient is hospitalized early, with timely emergency.

After two days of being treated with anticonvulsants and controlling blood pressure, maternity consciousness improves, it is possible to sit up and eat.

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