Cerebral Proliferative Angiopathy: AVM
A 32-year-old female patient, in 8 months of pregnancy, had to perform MRI of the brain as a part of neurological evaluation of ataxia she had suffered from the childhood and never been evaluated before. According to anamnestic data, from a childhood she was motorically clumsy and had problems with coordination, mild degree of hearing loss and a slow rate of speech. During the last 3 years, she described occasional headaches, visual disturbance in the form of oscillopsia while watching television and occasional tremor in right hand. All the symptoms have become pronounced during pregnancy.