PMID: 6723433Jan 1, 1984Paper

Moyamoya disease in children and its surgical treatment. Introduction of a new surgical procedure and its follow-up angiograms

Child's Brain
Y Matsushima, Y Inaba


Moyamoya disease is an unusual form of chronic cerebrovascular occlusive disease characterized usually by bilateral stenosis of distal internal carotid arteries and their vicinity, by a hazy network of collateral circulation at the base of the brain called moyamoya vessels and clinically by recurring hemispheric ischemic attacks in children. This disease was first reported by a Japanese neurosurgeon and many reports and studies on this disease have been published in Japan. We report here the recent progress in the diagnosis of the disease and introduce a newly developed operative procedure which we think is an ideal surgical method for treating this disease in children.


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