CT, Angiography, and RN Scans in Intracranial Cavernous Hemangiomas
Nine cases of surgically verified intracranial cavernous hemangiomas are reported. A comparison is made between radionuclide brain scans, angiography, and CT studies: RN scans are sometimes superior to angiography in indicating the presence of the lesion; CT is the most informative investigation, although it does not present a specific pattern. A preoperative specific diagnosis can only be suggested on the basis of the whole complex of the information available, including the clinical history.
KeywordsCavernous Hemangioma Focal Epilepsy Avascular Area Carotid Angiography Focal Motor Seizure
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