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Symptoms of a vein of Galen malformation (VOGM) usually begin shortly after birth or during early childhood.
Common symptoms may include:
A VOGM occurs during a baby’s early prenatal development, usually during the first trimester. It is not known exactly what causes a VOGM, but it is likely genetic.
VOGM sometimes, but not always, occurs with vascular anomalies that affect other parts of the body. They generally are not inherited.
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