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ADVANCED ATHEROSCLEROSIS AND STROKE IN A YOUNG PATIENT WITH CUTANEOUS LYMPHOMA
Atherosclerosis might begin in childhood with the development of fatty streaks. However, the advanced lesions of atherosclerosis, which complicate with ischemic events, are frequent rather in the elderly. We report here a case of early severe and symptomatic atheromatosis of large cervical vessels, in a young patient with some risk factors and strong familial history of vascular disease who was diagnosed with Sezary syndrome.
Keywords: atherosclerosis, stroke, cutaneous lymphoma, young adult
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