2020
DOI: 10.23937/2643-4474/1710050
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Abstract: most common cerebral vascular malformation after developmental venous anomaly and capillary telangiectasia [1]. Cavernomas are comprised of clusters of tightly packed, abnormally thin-walled blood vessels that displace normal neurological tissue in the brain or spinal cord [2]. Three gene mutations (CCM1, CCM2, and CCM3), which can either be inherited or occur sporadically, have been associated with the formation of cavernomasIntracerebral hemorrhage is the initial complication in 30% of cases [4,5]. Superfici…

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