Wyburn-Mason syndrome is characterized as a neuro-oculocutaneous syndrome in which the development of arteriovenous malformations (AVM) are identified not only in the retina, but in the brain as well. Also known as Bonnet-Dechaume-Blanc syndrome and retinoencephalofacial angiomatosis, it is a rare vascular disorder that is congenital in origin, often creating multiple AVMs in various locations in the brain and body throughout the lifespan.
|Pediatric AVMs: A Case Report of Wyburn-Mason Syndrome in a 7 year old||2015-08-13||Public||Download|
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