RESULTS Cav­ernous Mal­for­ma­tions (7)

CAV­ERNOUS MAL­FOR­MA­TIONS: Small tan­gle of thin walled blood ves­sels. There is no func­tion­ing brain tis­sue within the mal­for­ma­tion. These mal­for­ma­tions can bleed caus­ing focal neu­ro­logic deficits. In some patients seizures or headaches may occur.

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Source: Uni­ver­sity of Pitts­burg

Cav­ernous Mal­for­ma­tions : The fol­low­ing are avail­able in the Resource Cen­tre or online.
Cav­ernous Mal­for­ma­tions of the Brain (Cav­er­nomas) (Fact Sheets Full Text Online)
The Toronto Brain Vas­cu­lar Mal­for­ma­tions Study Group. nd. Canada.
Vas­cu­lar Mal­for­ma­tions of the Brain (Fact Sheets Full Text Online)
Brain and Spine Foun­da­tion. 2014. UK.
Cav­ernous Mal­for­ma­tion Infor­ma­tion Page (Fact Sheets Full Text Online)
National Insti­tute of Neu­ro­log­i­cal Dis­or­ders and Stroke. 2012. USA.
Cav­ernous Mal­for­ma­tions (Fact Sheets Full Text Online)
Mayo Clinic. 2012. USA.
Study: Cav­ernous Heman­giomas (Intrac­ere­bral Cav­ernous Mal­for­ma­tions) (Arti­cles Full Text Online)
Neu­rol­ogy Jour­nal. 2012. USA.
The Toronto Brain Vas­cu­lar Mal­for­ma­tions Study Group (Inter­net Sites)
The Toronto Brain Vas­cu­lar Mal­for­ma­tions Study Group. Canada.
Angioma Alliance (Inter­net Sites)
Angioma Alliance. USA.

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