Mario Teo, Jerome St George, Sarah Jenkins, Patricia Littlechild
Abstract:Developmental venous anomalies (DVA) are generally considered the most common vascular anomalies. They are usually asymptomatic and display a benign clinical course. We report two cases of thrombosed developmental venous anomalies. Both patients developed venous infarcts with haemorrhagic transformation from the thrombosed DVA, and 1 patient needed decompressive craniectomy.
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