2 Intraventricular Cerebrovascular Pathologies of Hydrocephalus and Managements

@inproceedings{Metin20172IC,
  title={2 Intraventricular Cerebrovascular Pathologies of Hydrocephalus and Managements},
  author={Ahmet Metin and anl and Hayri Kertmen and Bora G{\"u}rer},
  year={2017}
}
Cavernous malformations (CM), also called cavernous angiomas and cavernomas, are lowflow vascular malformations that constitute 5-13% of all central nervous system vascular malformations (Moriarity et al., 1999; Raychaudhuri et al., 2005). On the other hand, IVC are rare pathological entities, constituting 2,5-10.8% of cerebral CM (Kivelev et al., 2010). The first report of an IVC was published in 1905 by Finkelnburg. As to our knowledge, so far 102 IVCs have been summarized published cases in… CONTINUE READING

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