Symptomatic Developmental Venous Anomaly after Spontaneous Thrombosis of the Collector Vein


A 49-year-old otherwise healthy man was admitted to our hospital after a complex partial seizure during sleep. There was neither history of previous seizures nor any cardiovascular risk factor. His initial Glasgow Coma Score was 15 and the neurologic and general physical examinations were unremarkable. The initial CT and MRI studies demonstrated a solitary… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00062-006-6015-z

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