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nefrology pediatric

M Meduri, V Bonavita
Takeuki and Nishimoto's syndrome has been described as more common though not exclusive in the Japanese people; it occurs in the pediatric or young adult age. The clinical syndrome is most variable (transitory ischemic attacks or circulatory insufficiencies with permanent neurological deficit, as well as subarachnoid hemorrhage). Conversely, the angiographic syndrome is quite typical: I) stenosis of both internal carotid arteries and the anterior part of Willis circle; II) presence of an angiomatous net at the level of the basal ganglia; III) presence of several anastomosis between internal and external carotid arteries...
November 1976: Rivista di Patologia Nervosa e Mentale
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