Stroke & Vascular Disorders
Cerebral cavernous malformations are vascular lesions that may cause hemorrhage, seizures, headaches, cranial neuropathies, or neurologic manifestations reflecting lesion location. Patients present with acute or chronic neurologic deficits, periods of remission and exacerbation, or a progressive, insidious deterioration. Epilepsy is the most common clinical presentation of cavernous malformations; hemorrhage is the second most common clinical presentation.
Dec. 02, 2020