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A cavernous malformation refers to a collection of irregular or enlarged blood vessels in the brain or spinal cord. Neurologists at Boston Children's Hospital have a strong history of diagnosing and treating cavernous malformations.
How Boston Children's Hospital approaches cavernous malformations
The Cerebrovascular Surgery and Interventions Center considers each child with CM individually, starting with a careful evaluation with noninvasive head and neck imaging. Neurologists at Boston Children's Hospital have access to the latest equipment and techniques for diagnosing and treating cavernous malformations. They also frequently pioneer new surgical approaches and equipment in their constant search for the best and most reliable ways of treating their young patients.
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