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Archive of: July, 2014

July 2014

I often tell my students that Hughes Syndrome is first and foremost a neurological disease. The two organs seemingly most sensitive to ‘sticky blood’ are the placenta in pregnancy and the brain. Almost any ‘neurological’ feature can be seen in Hughes Syndrome, ranging from the common – migraine, memory loss, ‘funny turns’, TIAs and balance problems to the less common – ‘atypical’ MS, Stroke, visual disturbance, seizures and finally to the relatively rare – tics, movement disorders and even Tourette’s Syndrome.

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