PMID: 8121869Dec 1, 1993Paper

Cerebral infarction due to moyamoya disease in an 18 year old female

Postgraduate Medical Journal
R S HoulstonN F Lawton

Abstract

Moyamoya disease was diagnosed as the cause of cerebral infarction in an 18 year old white female. The clinical features, pathology and treatment of this occlusive cerebrovascular disorder are discussed.

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