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Synonyms for malformation

a disfiguring abnormality of shape or form

Synonyms for malformation

something abnormal or anomalous


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Risk for symptomatic hemorrhage of cerebral cavernous malformations during pregnancy.
Others, such as arteriovenous and cavernous malformations, may bleed unexpectedly and without warning (1).
The sensitivity of MRI is close to 100% in detecting AVMs and cavernous malformations.
Cavernous Malformations of the Central Nervous System in the Pediatric Age Group.
Cavernous malformations (CMs) are common vascular malformations in the central nervous system which usually consist of enlarged thin-wall blood vessels without neural tissue.
There is occasional recovery of symptoms due to slow seepage of blood from the cavernous malformation followed by gliosis or thrombosis within the cavernoma.
AVM = arteriovenous malformation; CM = cavernous malformation.
Fine explains that cavernous malformations aren't caused by "anything you do, consume or have happen to you.
Cavernous angioma or cerebral cavernous malformation is a common but little known illness that can strike with devastating consequences for individuals in any stage of life," said Connie Lee of the Angioma Alliance.
Cerebral cavernous malformation is a serious genetic disease which allows blood to leak into the brain.
The companies lead candidate, a new treatment for Cerebral Cavernous Malformation, is approaching clinical trials, and the company has a rich pipeline of repurposed therapies in its development pipeline for diverse genetic diseases.
With the development of modern neuroimaging, the detection rate of cavernous malformation (CM) has increased significantly.
Advances in the Treatment and Outcome of Brainstem Cavernous Malformation Surgery: A Single- Center Case Series of 300 Surgically Treated Patients.
Occasionally, a head CT may have a single focus of hyperattenuation, and the possibility of an incidental cavernous malformation must be considered.