Lama Alomari and Ayman Khushaim
An 11-year-old boy known to have sickle cell disease presented to his routine follow up with a history of new frontal headache and difficulties with his school performance. Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain depicted a hair-on-end sign, a hallmark of excessive erythropoiesis caused by severe anemia.
Published on: July 22, 2020
Citation: Alomari L, Khushaim A. 2020. “Hair-on-End” Sign on a Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Head in a Sickle Cell Disease Patient – A Clinical Image. J Med Imaging Case Rep 4(2): 57-58.