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10th Edition of International Conference on Neurology and Brain Disorders

October 21-23, 2024

October 21 -23, 2024 | Baltimore, Maryland, USA
INBC 2024

Naranchimeg Gendendagva

Speaker at Neurology Conferences - Naranchimeg Gendendagva
The Third State Central Hospital of Mongolia, Mongolia
Title : Clinical profile of cerebral venous thrombosis


Cerebral venous thrombosis is a rare neurological disorder that can be diagnosed clinically and neuro-radiologically. The prognosis of this disease is good in most cases. However, if it is complicated by a stroke, it can lead to death or disability. Cerebral vein thrombosis accounts for 0.5% of all causes of stroke. The incidence of asymptomatic cerebral vein thrombosis is 0.22-1.32 per 100,000 population, annually.

According to international studies, there are certain predisposing factors for cerebral venous thrombosis, including genetic and acquired blood clotting disorders, obesity, hormonal contraceptives, pregnancy, postpartum, tumors, infections, head and neck injuries, and mechanical implants.

Due to the above reasons, children and young adults are more likely to suffer from brain tissue stroke. In terms of gender, women are three times more likely to be affected than men.

Clinical symptoms of headaches are present in 90% of all cases, and this is due to increased intracranial pressure due to thrombosis of the large cerebral veins. Ophthalmological examination reveals signs of cystic edema of the optic nerve

Keywords: Cerebral venous thrombosis, headache, seizures, intracerebral stroke


With over a decade of experience, Naranchimeg Gendendagva is a dedicated Neurologist at the Neurological Department and Stroke Unit of the Third State Central Hospital in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia since 2007. Prior to this, She served as a Pharmacological Teacher at the Nursing School of Health Science University from 2005 to 2007. Naranchimeg Gendendagva earned Her Master's degree from "Ach" Medical University in Mongolia in 2017 and received specialized training in Electroencephalography in 2019. Additionally, Naranchimeg Gendendagva holds certifications in Transcranial Doppler (2015), Neurology (2006), and General Practice (2005) from Health Science University. Her educational journey began at the 6th High School in Ulaanbaatar in 1999.