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Journal Western Journal of Emergency Medicine: Integrating Emergency Care with Population Health
Seizure as the initial manifestation of aortic dissection is rare. Case report: An 88-year-old female experienced a first generalized tonic clonic seizure, which was terminated with midazolam. Acute cerebral magnetic resonance imaging and angiography were non-informative. After awaking she complained about cramping pain in the right upper extremity, which was accompanied by involuntary flexion movements of the right upper extremity. Blood pressure was initially normal. Blood gases revealedfatcat:k2upj2mkqvaxbd4icmlnj4ywcu