European Journal of Case Reports in Internal Medicine


The European Journal of Case Reports in Internal Medicine is an official journal of the European Federation of Internal Medicine (EFIM). The journal wants to promote the practice of internal medicine in Europe. Its aim is to provide a forum to internal medicine doctors.
EJCRIM welcomes papers describing unusual or complex cases and case series that an internist may encounter in everyday practice. Case series are also welcomed as long as they demonstrate the appropiateness of a therapeutical approach or unusual manifestation of a disease.
The journal would also consider brief reasoned reports of issues relevant to the practice of Internal Medicine, as well as Abstracts submitted to scientific meetings of European societies of Internal Medicine.

EJCRIM is peer-reviewed with single-blind review and freely accessible to all.

Kapil Kumar Garg, Hapreet Singh
Daniela Dias Alves, Nulita Lourenço, Daniela Franco, Eufémio Calmeiro, Rosa Silva
María García-López, Carlos Cárceles-García, Mariya Ovsepyan, Jara Llenas-Garcia
Yogev Peri, Oshrat Tayer Shifman, Alon Hershko
Hana ZOUBEIDI, Thouraya Ben Salem, Imed Ben Ghorbel, Mohamed Habib Houman
Maria Kyriakopoulou, Guy Decaux, Mike El Mourad, Ruben Casado Arroyo
Hana ZOUBEIDI, Zohra Aydi, Fatma Daoud, Imen Rachdi, Wafa Koubaa, Raja Jouini, Lilia Baili, Achraf Debbiche, Besma Ben Dhaou, Fatma Boussema
Stefania Scarlini, Marco Gandolfo, Antonello Pietrangelo

Wrist Drop as a Manifestation of Behçet's Disease

Ángela Daher, Fady Haddad
Published: 02/12/2016


Radial mononeuropathy most commonly manifesting as wrist drop is generally secondary to penetrating trauma to the radial nerve or compression injuries. It may also involve sensory changes depending on the location of the lesion. However, it has never been described as a sign of an inflammatory process, in particular an autoimmune disease. We describe the case of a 55-year-old man who was admitted for wrist drop with bilateral paraesthesia of the upper extremities. Based on his medical history, we diagnosed Behçet’s disease and subsequently neuro-Behçet’s disease. He is receiving treatment with notable improvement. Neurological involvement in Behçet’s disease is common but frequently undiagnosed.