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Developmental Venous Anomalies of the Brainstem Associated with Spontaneous Vertigo: A Case Report

Hong MP, Hur YK, Jeong YS, Nam GS

Developmental venous anomalies (DVAs), previously known as central nervous system venous angioma, are the commonly encountered benign vascular malformations. Unlike cerebellar DVAs, isolated brainstem DVAs is a rare condition, and...
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Clinical Outcome of Nonfistulous Cerebral Varices: the Analysis of 39 Lesions

Kim HS, Park SC, Ha EJ, Cho WS, Kim SK, Kim JE

OBJECTIVE: Cerebral varices (CVs) without an arteriovenous shunt, so called nonfistulous CVs, are very rare, and their etiology and natural course are not well understood. The aim of this study...
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Venous Infarction of Developmental Venous Anomaly: A Case Report with Perfusion Imaging

Kim JY, Kim HJ, Kim ES, Hyun SJ, Kim HY, Kim HM, Hwang JY, Hong HS, Woo JY, Yang I

Developmental venous anomaly (DVA) is a common congenital venous malformation characterized by dilated medullary veins in caput medusa configuration and a draining vein. Despite the high incidence of DVAs, they...
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Venous angioma may be associated with epilepsy in children

Kim BR, Lee YJ, Nam SO, Park KH

PURPOSE: Venous angioma (VA) is the most common congenital abnormality of the intracranial vasculature. This study aimed to investigate the relationship between VA and epilepsy and to identify the characteristics...
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Cerebellar Venous Angioma Confused with Peripheral Vestibulopathy

Baek MK, Cha HE, Ju YH, Lee JH

Venous angioma is a congenital disease of vascular malformation, which is a mass like lesion consisted of dilated medullary veins. It is generally a silent lesion since it is found...
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