Cavernous malformations — Neurovascular disease explained



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Mayo Clinic's E. Paul Lindell, M.D., Kelly D. Flemming, M.D., and Giuseppe Lanzino, M.D., explain what a cavernous malformation is and how Mayo Clinic's team uses advanced imaging systems to evaluate the right path of care for the patient.

Mayo Clinic's team of experts use a 7-tesla MRI to gain enhanced imaging. This enables better understanding of a malformation's structure and treatment options for each patient.

Mayo Clinic is an Angioma Alliance Center of Excellence for cavernous malformations.

Learn more about cavernous malformations and care at Mayo Clinic on our website at https://mayocl.in/3DCQ73E

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