Growth, subsequent bleeding, and de novo appearance of cerebral cavernous angiomas.

@article{Pozzati1996GrowthSB,
  title={Growth, subsequent bleeding, and de novo appearance of cerebral cavernous angiomas.},
  author={Eugenio Pozzati and Nicola Acciarri and Francesco Tognetti and Filippo Marliani and Felice Giangaspero},
  journal={Neurosurgery},
  year={1996},
  volume={38 4},
  pages={662-9; discussion 669-70}
}
In a series of 145 patients with brain cavernous angiomas treated at our hospital in the last 16 years, the angiomas of 18 patients exhibited aggressive biological behavior characterized by recurrent overt bleeding, growth, or de novo appearance. The cavernomas were in the cerebellum in three patients, in the brain stem in one, in the thalamus in four, in… CONTINUE READING