Abhilasha Motghare, Pravin Yerme, Yogita Patil, Indrani H Chincholi
Cerebral Venous thrombosis (CVT) is a common neurological complication seen in post-partum period. When such a patient presents for subsequent pregnancies the management can be quite challenging as they are on anticoagulants. Pregnancy being a hypercoagulable state can complicate the treatment. We present the management of a parturient who was a diagnosed case of CVT posted for elective caesarean section managed with subarachnoid block with no neurological complications in postoperative period.
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