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"cerebellar cavernoma"

S B Buklina, S B Iakovlev, E Iu Bukharin, A S KheÄ­reddin, A V Bocharov, I A Sazonov, D N Okishev
A clinical-neuropsychological study using Luria's method has been conducted in 13 patients with arteriovenous malformations (AVM) and 12 patients with cerebellar cavernomas and hematomas. The syndromes were similar to lesions of the large hemisphere cortex, more often of premoter regions and less often of the cortex of posterior hemispheric regions. After a surgery on the right cerebellar hemisphere, some patients had perseverations and micrographia in writing. These syndromes were principal similar with findings described in the literature...
2009: Zhurnal Nevrologii i Psikhiatrii Imeni S.S. Korsakova
Jack Shannon, John Auld
An 83-year-old woman was admitted for investigation of sudden loss of vision. Extensive plum-purple papules and nodules involved her skin and lips but not mucosae. A cutaneous biopsy demonstrated irregular vascular cavernous channels in the dermis and subcutis; deeper vessels displayed smooth muscle. Blue rubber bleb naevus syndrome was diagnosed. This patient had no gastrointestinal symptoms, no family history of blue rubber bleb naevus syndrome, and only developed cutaneous signs after 60 years of age. Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain found multiple cerebral and cerebellar cavernomas with two larger foci of haemorrhage in both occipital lobes, with the largest in the right occipital lobe being associated with calcification...
August 2005: Australasian Journal of Dermatology
G Chomette, J Sigwald, C Vedrenne, Y Pinaudeau, C Brocheriou
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September 1965: Archives D'anatomie Pathologique
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