Developmental venous anomalies with capillary stain: a subgroup of symptomatic DVAs?

@article{Roccatagliata2011DevelopmentalVA,
  title={Developmental venous anomalies with capillary stain: a subgroup of symptomatic DVAs?},
  author={Luca Roccatagliata and Ren{\'e} van den Berg and Michael Soderman and Anne Boulin and St{\'e}phanie Condette-Auliac and G Rodesch},
  journal={Neuroradiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={54},
  pages={475-480}
}
IntroductionIntracranial developmental venous anomalies (DVAs) are considered benign vascular dispositions; they are asymptomatic in the vast majority of cases. They represent extreme variations of the venous drainage and may rarely be responsible for focal venous ischemia leading to neurological dysfunction. The aim of the study is to analyze a group of patients with symptomatic DVAs with capillary stain at angiography.MethodsWe retrospectively reviewed the clinical and radiological features… CONTINUE READING

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