4-year-old boy strokes post-Covid

To make a definitive diagnosis of this disease, it is necessary to rely on imaging such as CT scan with contrast pump, MRI of cranial veins.

When necessary, the doctor may take a DSA scan of the cerebral vein for diagnosis as well as re-catheterization intervention in the event of drug treatment failure.

The 4-year-old boy had fever, vomiting, and diarrhea for a week, followed by headaches, seizures and lethargy.

Experts said that children with stroke due to cerebral vein thrombosis are very severe, the risk of death is very high because of the small body, the ability to treat anticoagulants is difficult.

Doctors tried to “slap the water”, successfully intervened to remove the thrombus, saving the baby’s life spectacularly.