Changing venous pattern in a hemangioblastoma resembling an arteriovenous malformation.

Abstract

A patient with cerebellar hemangioblastoma underwent two successive cerebral arteriograms within a 48-hour period. The first arteriogram suggested an arteriovenous malformation. The second angiogram showed a dramatic change with nearly total absence of the earlier dilated draining veins. This change was found on examination of the surgical specimen to be caused by venous thrombosis.

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@article{Thaggard1977ChangingVP, title={Changing venous pattern in a hemangioblastoma resembling an arteriovenous malformation.}, author={A Thaggard and Stanley F. Handel and Milam E. Leavens and Giorgis Issacs}, journal={Journal of neurosurgery}, year={1977}, volume={46 3}, pages={394-7} }