Sturge-Weber syndrome associated with a large left hemispheric arteriovenous malformation
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A patient with the characteristic changes of Sturge-Weber syndrome on the right side was found to have a large arteriovenous malformation on the left side which involved the superior ophthalmic vein. This association, although previously reported, is extremely rare.
KeywordsPublic Health Characteristic Change Arteriovenous Malformation Superior Ophthalmic Vein Large Arteriovenous Malformation
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