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Rare cause of pseudotumor cerebri in children
Meryem El-bouz1, Halima Msaaf1, Leila Aoued2, Widad Gueddari3.
1Pediatric emergency department, Mother-Child Hospital Harouchi- Ibn Rochd University hospital center - Faculty of medicine and pharmacy – University Hassan II of Casablanca, Morocco,
2Poison control and pharmacovigilance center, Rabat, Morocco,
3Poison control and pharmacovigilance center, Morocco.
The benign intracranial hypertension called Pseudotumour cerebri may be primary or secondary. Secondary causes should be excluded first. We report a case that illustrates the great significance of asking about dietary intake when exploring a patient with pseudotumour cerebri.

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