Moyamoya syndrome as a complication of radiation therapy. Case report

Journal of Neurosurgery
A Servo, M Puranen


A case is reported with occlusion and stenosis of the internal carotid arteries in association with basal telangiectasia. Fifteen years after postoperative irradiation for an optic glioma, radiological signs typical of the moyamoya syndrome were observed. Radiation therapy is discussed as the cause of the vascular damage in this case.


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