Large capillary telangiectasia and developmental venous anomaly of the Basal Ganglia: an unusual finding.

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Brain capillary telangiectasias are small, benign, asymptomatic, angiographically occult lesions that are incidentally discovered either at autopsy or on MR imaging in most cases. They are commonly located in the pons and can be associated with other vascular malformations. We describe a case of an unusually large capillary telangiectasia associated with a… (More)

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@article{Gennaro2012LargeCT, title={Large capillary telangiectasia and developmental venous anomaly of the Basal Ganglia: an unusual finding.}, author={Alessandra Caterina de Gennaro and G. Manzo and Andrea Serino and Giuseppe Fenza and Andrew Manto}, journal={The neuroradiology journal}, year={2012}, volume={25 6}, pages={744-9} }