Rare problems with the blood vessels in the brain or spinal cord and their membrane covers are known as central nervous system vascular malformations.
Vascular malformations of the central nervous system come in a variety of forms, including:
The type and location of the central nervous system vascular malformations determine the symptoms. Some vascular malformations go unnoticed for years. They are located on diagnostic imaging which is supposed to be for another purpose.
Some central nervous system vascular malformations can cause symptoms such as headache, seizures, or bleeding.
Neurological impairments, which are issues with the nervous system and the brain that worsen with time. Speech, eyesight, balance, memory, and other functions can all be impacted by neurological impairments.
It is unknown what causes vascular malformations in the central nervous system. Some are congenital, meaning they exist from birth. Later, others arrive.
Vascular malformations are more likely to occur in people with certain hereditary disorders. Another potential cause is harm to the central nervous system.
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