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Clinical Pictures of Vascular Pathology in Children

  • Ignacio Pascual-Castroviejo
Part of the Principles of Pediatric Neurosurgery book series (PRINCPEDIATR)

Abstract

The incidence of both hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke in children under 14 years has been found to be 2.511 to 2.522 cases per 100,000 per year, although in these studies strokes related to perinatal causes, infection, and trauma were excluded.

Keywords

Vertebral Artery Basilar Artery Vascular Pathology Cerebral Venous Thrombosis Dural Sinus 
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