New PDF release: Cerebral Angiomas: Advances in Diagnosis and Therapy
By H. W. Pia (auth.), H. W. Pia, J. R. W. Gleave, E. Grote, J. Zierski (eds.)
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I think there is a type of spongioblastoma with an angiomatous component, which I have seen on three or four occasions. Even on a retrospective evaluation of the angiograms the differential diagnosis between a tumor and angioma or a vascularized tumor was impossible. LOEW: (to the question of AGNOLI) We had a child with a severe subarachnoid, and probably intracerebral hemorrhage from an angioma of the left thalamus. We did not operate, and the child survived with a slowly improving hemiparesis.
Angioma in the midline of posterior fossa. ) Very good picture size and contrast quality with demonstration of the feeding A 43 Fig. 3. Angioma in the posterior fossa, right side. Magnification technique (1:2). The feeding aa. can be well judged and differentiated Fig. 4. Angioma left hemisphere, temporo-median. Feeding A. are branches of the posterior cerebral A. Combination with an arterial aneurysm of the posterior cerebral A. Magnification techniques (1 :2). Excellent demonstration of the feeding A.
One I remember very well was a soliCitor, and his only symptom was that frequently when he was writing, his pen would just go off the page. That was the limit of his epilepsy. He had a fatal hemorrhage at the age of 60 and he had a very operable angioma. Just two other points on sympatomatology. As Dr. Kuhlendahl says, these patients can deteriorate, and they can deteriorate mentally. I think that this is very important. Some of them take psychiatric opinions, and the psychiatrist does not always associate their mental changes with this change in blood flow in the brain.