Irish Child Health Database - Peer Reviewed Papers
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In cavernous angiomas of the brain, abnormally dilated blood vessels are tightly clustered together with no intervening neural parenchyma. Commonly recognised as a sporadic finding, these lesions may also be inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion. This disorder was recognised as a common entity with the advent of MRI. As lesions were often not detected on CT imaging, symptomatic more...
Republic of Ireland
Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 95 Page: 56-58 2002
D. Coghlan; B. Lynch; D. Allcutt