Clinical Manifestation and Pathology of Moyamoya Disease in Northeast China

An Analysis of 54 Cases
  • Jing-xian Suo
Conference paper


Moyamoya disease was reported and named by Suzuki in 1969 [5] for the first time. From 1980 through 1985, 54 cases have been reported in Northeast China [1–4]. Forty-two of them were diagnosed by cerebral angiography and 12 patients were confirmed by autopsy.


Middle Cerebral Artery Intracerebral Hemorrhage Anterior Cerebral Artery Moyamoya Disease Intracerebral Hematoma 
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    Dai C et al (1985) Moyamoya disease. Hei-Long-Zan Med 5:22Google Scholar
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    Fan H (1985) “Foggy” disease complicated with intracerebral hemorrhage. Cerebr Stroke Neurol Dis 2:211Google Scholar
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    Liu T et al (1980) Abnormal net like vessels at the base of the brain: their pathology and clinical manifestation. Chin Neuropsychol 13:129Google Scholar
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    Suzuki J (1969) Cerebrovascular “Moyamoya” disease. Arch Neurol 20:288PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Springer Japan 1988

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jing-xian Suo
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  1. 1.Department of NeurosurgeryNorman Bethune University of Medical SciencesChang-chun, JilinPeople’s Republic of China

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