Seizure recurrence 29 years after hemispherectomy for Sturge Weber syndrome.


associated with venous angiomatosis of the leptomeninges and ipsilateral, cutaneous facial port-wine stain (facial angiomatosis). Seizures are seen in more than 80% of cases, cognitive impairment in 50% and frequently glaucoma.1-2 Seizures are the result of leptomeningeal angioma and underlying calcifications. These abnormalities are usually considered to… (More)


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