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Eagle syndrome: Transient ischemic attack and subsequent carotid dissection

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November 8, 2018
by Thomas Sullivan, MD; Jordan Rosenblum, MD

Prophylactic contralateral styloidectomy was considered for this patient, but he was deemed a poor surgical candidate given his underlying cardiomyopathy and anticoagulation.

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