Case Reports in Neurological Medicine / 2013 / Article / Fig 1

Case Report

Acute Hemiparesis in a Child as a Presenting Symptom of Hemispheric Cerebral Proliferative Angiopathy

Figure 1

Noncontrast computed tomography in (a) sagittal and (b) coronal view revealed prominent left cortical veins concerning an AVM. CT angiography in (c) sagittal and (d) coronal view confirmed the diagnosis of left hemispheric cerebral proliferative angiopathy. Magnetic resonance venogram (e) showed the lesion and confirmed the absence of dural AV fistula. (f) Diffusion-weighted MRI showed no areas of ischemia.
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