Cavernous Angioma

Cavernous angioma, also known as cavernous malformation or cavernoma, is a tiny mass of extended blood vessels that appear like a berry. The disorder is more common in children and may be present at birth. These deformities are furnished with blood from small low-flow blood vessels of the brain. The pressure triggered by blood buildup around the distortion may cause symptoms such as weakness, dizziness, headaches and seizures.

The treatment alternatives for cavernous malformations comprise wait and watch method or surgery. In circumstances where there are no ill-effects, a simple wait and watch method is followed but when CMs set off bleeding, surgery will be recommended.