Sturge-Weber Syndrome (with an Illustrative Case Report)


The radiological findings in the majority of cases are of a distinctive character. The skiagram of the skull shows areas of tortuous, parallel, double lines of calcification. On superficial examination of the skiagram the calcification appears to be in the walls of the abnormal cortical blood vessels, but histological studies have shown that it is actually… (More)


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