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Proc R Soc Med. 1929 February; 22(4): 431–442.5.
PMCID: PMC2102890

A Note on the Association of Extensive Hæmangiomatous Nævus of the Skin with Cerebral (Meningeal) Hæmangioma, especially Cases of Facial Vascular Nævus with Contralateral Hemiplegia

Abstract

The main type of the cases under consideration is that in which extensive capillary nævus of the skin, especially of trigeminal distribution, is associated with contralateral spastic hemiplegia, developing in early life, probably sometimes connected with intracranial hæmorrhage from the abnormal blood-vessels of a diffuse leptomeningeal angioma on the same side as the main vascular nævus of the face. Various points related to such cases are referred to.

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  • Cobb S. HAEMANGIOMA OF THE SPINAL CORD: ASSOCIATED WITH SKIN NAEVI OF THE SAME METAMERE. Ann Surg. 1915 Dec;62(6):641–649. [PubMed]

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