Cerebral Venous Angiomas (CVA) A Retrospective Study on 16 Patients

  • G. Huber
  • C. Piepgras
Conference paper

Abstract

Venous angiomas consist of thin-walled vessels showing the characteristics of veins. The walls of these veins and the surrounding brain substance quite often show degenerative changes and gliosis (Cushing and Bailey 1928; Newton and Troost 1974).

Keywords

Peri Hemangioblastomas Angiodysplasia 

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  • G. Huber
  • C. Piepgras

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