The first case of a superior sagittal sinus thrombosis causing isolated intracranial hypertension as a result of congenital protein C deficiency is reported. Such a possibility must not be overlooked. Anticoagulation is recommended as a treatment for cerebral venous thrombosis. In the case of congenital protein C deficiency, vitamin K antagonists must be started cautiously due to the risk of skin necrosis.
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