Cavernoma

Cavernous Malformation, Cavernous Angioma

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Overview

Cavernomas, also known as “cavernous malformations” or “cavernous angiomas,” are tangled bundles of small, thin-walled blood vessels that can leak or hemorrhage. They can irritate your brain, causing headaches, seizures, weakness, and stroke-like symptoms. Whether you have one or many cavernomas, or if you have been told yours are difficult to access, Duke’s specialized team of experts use advanced technology to learn more about your condition and determine the best treatment.