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  Anesthesia management in a patient with Carney Syndrome: Case report [Eastern J Med]
Eastern J Med. 2017; 22(4): 202-203 | DOI: 10.5505/ejm.2017.38358  

Anesthesia management in a patient with Carney Syndrome: Case report

Abdullah Kahraman, Cahide Kahraman
Department Of Anestesiology, Van State Education And Research Hospital, Health Science University, Ministry Of Health, Van, Turkey

Carney Syndrome is a complex of symptoms which can demonstrate autosomal dominant or sporadic transition that are followed by cardiac and cutaneous myxomas and endocrine abnormal activity. Myxomas demonstrate familial transition due to autosomal dominant inheritance at a rate approximately of %5. In anesthesia management, some of the most significant things to be paid attention to are; the localization, size and mobility of the myxoma. Recurrence rate of familial myxoma after surgical resection is reported to be about 21-67%. In this article, anesthesia practice in a Carney Syndrome case with cerebral aneurysms that is scheduled for operation due to surrenalectomy, has been presented.

Keywords: Anesthesia management, Carney Syndrome, cerebral aneurysm

Abdullah Kahraman, Cahide Kahraman. Anesthesia management in a patient with Carney Syndrome: Case report. Eastern J Med. 2017; 22(4): 202-203

Corresponding Author: Abdullah Kahraman, Türkiye

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