Cerebral Angiomas: Advances in Diagnosis and Therapy by H. W. Pia (auth.), H. W. Pia, J. R. W. Gleave, E. Grote, J.

By H. W. Pia (auth.), H. W. Pia, J. R. W. Gleave, E. Grote, J. Zierski (eds.)

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The angiomas of the upper surface of the cerebellum can cause intolerable pain. LUESSENHOP (in reply to the question of DJINDJIAN, whether one should embolize asymptomatic angiomas): Only on one occasion very early in our experience have we embolized a patient who was asymptomatic. But I would like only to add this pOint: a young person knows he has an arteriovenous malformation. He is intelligent enough to know that he can 36 bleed, although he may remain almost asymptomatic, and he wants to be cured.

The Surgical Treatment of Supratentorial Angiomas. First International Congress of Neurosurgery, Brussels, p. 223-228 (1957). 4. FRENCH, L. , CHOU, S. : Conventional Methods of Treating Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations. Prog. Neurol. Surg. 3, p. 274-319. Basel: Karger & Chicago: Year Book 1969. - 5. KAPLAN, H. , ARONSON, S. , BROWDER, E. : Vascular Malformations of the Brain; An Anatomical Study. J. Neurosurg. ~, 630635 (1961). 6. : Arteriovenous Malformations of the Brain. Acta Psych.

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. Two years later, no more than a middlesized angioma could be demonstrated. Thus spontaneous thrombosis at the time of hemorrhage must be assumed.

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