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Venous Angioma - Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Venous Angioma is also called venous malformation it is the illness of the brain. It is a small tangle of abnormal veins. Venous angiomas are the most common brain vascular malformation and more occurring in approximately 2 percent to 3 percent of people. Venous Angioma are estimated to occur in approximately 0.5-1% of the population, or in 1 in 100-200 people. Most people start having symptoms in their 20's or 30's. There are many names for this condition like cavernous, angioma, cavernous hemangioma, cerebral cavernous malformation, cavernoma. A venous angioma in the mid brain is rare and review of literature showed that the majority of these lesions were in other areas of the brain stem. Venous angiomas can form later in life, so incidence rates and number of angiomas per person are higher among adults. Generally, more than 30% of those with cavernous angioma eventually will develop symptoms.

Symptoms of Venous Angioma

Common Symptoms of Venous Angioma

  • Headaches.
  • Numbness.
  • Laziness.
  • Seizures.
  • Blackouts.

Treatment of Venous Angioma

Common Treatment of Venous Angioma

  • Surgery for cavernous angioma has been made safer using the operating microscope (microsurgery) and image guided surgical navigation

 

 

 

 

 

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