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Developmental Venous Anomaly Complicated by Cerebral Venous Infarction
Abstract/OtherAbstract :
Developmental venous anomaly (DVA) is a vascular malformation thought to be a benign embryologic variant. We describe a patient who presented with focal neurological deficits and parathesia due to an infarct associated with a developmental venous anomaly with a thrombosed draining vein.
Authors :
Brian J. Parker; St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital, Brian J. Sabb; University of Michigan
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none
Publication Detail :
Publisher :  University of Washington     Type :  Peer-reviewed article     Format :  text/html, application/pdf    
Date Detail :
2007-10-01
Subject :
Medicine; Radiology; Developmental, Developmental venous anomaly; cerebral venous angioma
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http://radiology.casereports.net/index.php/rcr/article/download/48/826, http://radiology.casereports.net/index.php/rcr/article/download/48/827, http://radiology.casereports.net/index.php/rcr/article/download/48/828, http://radiology.casereports.net/index.php/rcr/article/download/48/829
Source :
Radiology Case Reports; Vol 2, No 4 (2007)
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