PMID: 438828Mar 1, 1979Paper

Familial occurrence of moya-moya disease: report of three Japanese families

Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry
T KitaharaY Maki


Three Japanese families with moya-moya disease in six patients are presented. These six patients were among 49 cases of confirmed moya-moya disease in our experience, and the familial incidence was more than 12%. A relatively high familial incidence (7%) was found in the total Japanese series emphasising the important hereditary components in the pathogenesis of the disease.


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