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Table 1 Spontaneous perimesencephalic subarachnoid hemorrhage in siblings

From: Familial perimesencephalic subarachnoid hemorrhage: two case reports

Authors   Age Gender Complaint at presentation Risk factors for spontaneous subarachnoid hemorrhage Follow up Basal vein of Rosenthal (right/left)
Tielman et al .[7] Patient 1 51 years Man Headache, vomiting, left gaze diplopia No No recurrent subarachnoid hemorrhage and no neurological deficits Type C/Type C
  Patient 2 50 years Woman Headache, loss of consciousness, vomiting No No recurrent subarachnoid hemorrhage and no neurological deficits Type C/Type C
Cikla et al . (this article) Patient 1 39 years Man Headache, diplopia, nuchal rigidity No No recurrent subarachnoid hemorrhage and no neurological deficits Type A/Type C
  Patient 2 44 years man Headache, slight nuchal rigidity No no recurrent subarachnoid hemorrhage and no neurological deficits Type B/Type A