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- Question: Is a Superior Sagittal Sinus Thrombosis hereditary?
The vast majority of cases are not hereditary, only in those cases where there is a familial hypercoaguable state can it be. Most cases are due to something acquired, like dehydration, tumor infiltration, infection and a more extensive list of causes.