Moyamoya Disease in South America

  • Reinaldo Poblete
Conference paper


For many years, Japanese neurosurgeons have insistently postulated that moyamoya disease only pertains to Japan and, when occurring in other places, it only affects people of Japanese ancestry. It is clear that the disease exists in other continents and races as well.


Collateral Circulation Moyamoya Disease Periarteritis Nodosa Angiographic Study Brain Artery 
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© Springer Japan 1988

Authors and Affiliations

  • Reinaldo Poblete
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  1. 1.Instituto de NeurocirugiaSantiagoChile

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