Prolonged left homonymous hemianopsia associated with migraine-like attacks in a child with Sturge-Weber syndrome.

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We report a patient with Sturge-Weber Syndrome (SWS) who developed migraine-like headaches followed by cerebral infarction. SWS without facial nevus was diagnosed based on calcification detected by CT and pial angioma detected by enhanced MRI. His migraine-like headaches were preceded by left homonymous hemianopsia, which persisted for more than 60 min… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.braindev.2009.09.002

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@article{Shimakawa2010ProlongedLH, title={Prolonged left homonymous hemianopsia associated with migraine-like attacks in a child with Sturge-Weber syndrome.}, author={Shuichi Shimakawa and Ryohei Miyamoto and Takuya Tanabe and Hiroshi Tamai}, journal={Brain & development}, year={2010}, volume={32 8}, pages={681-4} }