A Case Report of Cerebral Venous Dysgenesis Kazuei SATO 1,2 , Mizuo KAGAWA 1 , Tunemasa SHIMIZU 1 , Hirotune KAWAMURA 1 , Koichi KITAMURA 1 1Department of Neurosurgery, Neurological Institute, Tokyo Women's Medical College Keyword: Cerebral venous dysgenesis , Venous angioma pp.1257-1260
Published Date 1986/9/10
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1436202293
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A case classified to "cerebral venous dysgenesis" (Kagawa et al 1972) is reported.

A 16-year-old girl was admitted complaining of psychomotor seizure which began seven years before. At the first admission (seven years ago) she was diagnosed as psychomotor seizure and cerebral venous dysgenesis by CT scan, EEG and cerebral angio-graphy. Then she was treated by medication (anti-convulsants) for seven years. At the second admission (this time) left temporal lobectomy was performed by means of monitoring the cortical EEG. CT scan showed atrophy of the left temporal lobe. Spike and wave complex was seen in EEG.

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