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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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There is occasional recovery of symptoms due to slow seepage of blood from the cavernous malformation followed by gliosis or thrombosis within the cavernoma.
2,4,10) The appearance of a cavernous malformation with edema may be unclear and mimic other lesions such as neoplasm, including ependymoma, astrocytoma, hemangioblastoma, metastasis, multiple sclerosis plaque, and arteriovenous malformation.
Successful brainstem cavernous malformation resection after repeated hemorrhages during pregnancy.
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 malformations are relatively uncommon, as is the likelihood that they'll bleed seriously.
A cavernous malformation is a grossly discreet, well-circumscribed lesion with a reddish purple, multilobulated appearance.
Mapping of a gene causing cerebral cavernous malformation to 7q 11.
Leading considerations in an adult with epilepsy include mesial temporal sclerosis, cavernous malformations ('cavernomas'), cortical dys-plasias, neoplasm, and sequelae of prior trauma or infarction.
Patient age Chronicity Common causes MR imaging protocol Pediatric New Infection Basic MR brain Venous infarction imaging Metabolic abnormalities MRV/CTV Structural lesions Post contrast FLAIR (less common) Chronic Cortical dysplasias T2* Heterotopic grey matter GRE volumetric T1 Phakomatoses with multiplanar Cavernous malformations reconstructions Low-grade tumors MTS (after age 10) Adult New Infection T2* (younger patient) Post contrast FLAIR Prior trauma (younger patient) Remote infarct (older patient) Malignancy (older patient) Chronic MTS Cor T2* Cavernous malformations Cor T2 FLAIR Cortical dysplasia Cor GRE volumetric T1 Neoplasm Cor T2 with multiplanar reconstructions Prior trauma or infarction Table 3.
Rebecca Stockton, PhD, a University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) assistant professor of pediatrics, uses the Kuiqpick to study cerebral cavernous malformations, a disease of the brain.
Among the topics are quality assurance using the known target point method, optic nerve sheath meningiomas, cavernous malformations with intractable seizures, and gamma knife pituitary radiosurgery for thalamic pain syndrome.
Johnson's detective work paid off recently when he and his colleagues nabbed the gene responsible for an inherited form of Cerebral Cavernous Malformations (CCMs).
This text, which covers neurosurgery, interventional neuroradiology and endovascular surgery addresses trends in neurovascular medicine and their implications and clinical controversies, including unruptured aneurysms, anterior circulation aneurysms, posterior circulation aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, arteriovenous fistulas, extracranial therosclerotic disease, intracranial atherosclerotic disease and cavernous malformations, and the practice of neurovascular medicine, including practice structures, regionalization of neurovascular care, data collection and residency and fellowship training objectives.
of South Florida) and contributors have added sections on postoperative headache, ankylosing spondylitus, spontaneous intracranial hypotension, sacral fractures, and Modic classification of vertebral body degenerative changes amongst other topics while also updating such topics as post-herpetic neuralgia, vein of Galen malformations, and cavernous malformations.