Cavernous Hemangioma Of Brain: Disease Bioinformatics
A cavernous brain hemangioma is a type of blood vessel malformation the results in blood-filled cavities around the tissues of the brain. Cavernous brain hemangiomas are lesions that arise from the tiny vessels that separate the arterial system from the venous system of the brain. It is also possible that these cavernous hemangiomas are slow growing tumors of capillary blood vessels. The lesions are benign, and no treatment is necessary unless there is evidence of a hemorrhage or the occurrence of seizures. Once there is a hemorrhage of the hemangioma, it tends to happen again, which leads to very rapid neurological decline, as cell function is lost every time there is bleeding into the tissues. When hemorrhaging does occur, the treatment options are to surgically remove the cavernous brain hemangioma, or to treat it with radiation therapy.
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Cavernous Hemangioma Of Brain is also known as Brain Cavernous Hemangioma, Brain Cavernous Hemangiomas, Cerebral Capillary Malformations, Cerebral Cavernous Malformation, Cerebral Cavernous Malformations.