Diseases / disorders neuroradiology and pediatric neuroradiology

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    Aneurysm

    An aneurysm is a hereditary or acquired vascular malformation that can take different shapes. The size of an aneurysm can differ from few millimeters to several centimeters and it can affect various parts of the body, for example, the brain, carotid arteries or leg arteries.
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    Angioma / fistula

    An arteriovenous angioma (AV angioma) and an arteriovenous fistula (AV fistula, often also arteriovenous malformation or AV malformation or dural fistula) are vascular malformations. Arteries and veins are connected in this case and enable the blood from the arteries to...
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    Carotid stenosis

    A narrowing of vessels (= stenosis) of the throat area is called carotid stenosis in case of a stenosis of the arteria carotis interna, or stenosis of arteria vertebralis if the spinal artery is affected. Arteria carotis interna is the artery that supplies the brain with blood.
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    Intracranial stenosis

    Intracranial stenosis is a vascular stenosis of brain-supplying arteries in the skull. Stenoses are frequent in brain-supplying arteries but most frequently in arteria cerebri media und arteria basilaris as well as the intracranial arteria carotis interna.
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    Stenosis of renal artery

    The stenosis of the renal artery may cause abdominal pain, especially along the flank. The amount of urine can also decrease drastically. The vascular stenosis may also lead to high blood pressure along with headache, dizziness,...
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    Stenosis pelvis-leg

    A vascular stenosis is a narrowing or constriction of a vessel. If the pelvic or leg arteries are affected, the vascular stenosis results in a blood circulatory disorder of the legs. The blood flow to the muscles is not sufficient, especially if performing activities involving leg...
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