Elharrouni A1*, Douhi Z1, Achhboune K1, Baybay H1, Elloudi S1, Mernissi FZ1
1Department of Dermatology, CHU Hassan II, FES, Morocco
Corresponding Author: Elharrouni Alaoui Aicha
Address: Department of Dermatology, CHU Hassan II, FEZ, Morocco; E-mail: email@example.com
Received date: 08 February 2020; Accepted date: 12 March 2020; Published date: 24 March 2020
We report a 40-year-old female. The high blood pressure was found in Family history, hospitalized in neurology for recurrent ischemic stroke so the etiological assessment was negative, opinion was sought for lesions of livedo at the level of the members back to 2 years without the concept of miscarriage or Raynaud’s phenomenon, neither photosensitivity nor a dry syndrome. Dermatologic examination showed dusky erythematous to violaceous, irregular, broken circular segments, resulting in a seemingly larger pattern, located on limbs, trunk, and buttocks, exaggerated by the cold and persistent on warming. A report looking for the antiphospholipid antibodies syndrome was positive and the skin biopsy was in favor of a Sneddon syndrome. The patient was treated by anticoagulants and antiplatelet agents with good evolution.
Citation: Elharrouni A, Douhi Z, Achhboune K, Baybay H, Elloudi S, Mernissi FZ. Sneddon’s Syndrome: clinical case. J Health Care and Research. 2020 Mar 24;1(1):14-15.
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