The most common neurovascular lesions in children are cerebral cavernous malformations (CCM), also called:
- Cavernous angioma
- Cavernous hemangioma
A CCM is a formation of fragile, dilated blood vessels that become tangled and form bubble-like structures called caverns. CCM lesions, often compared to the shape of a raspberry, may go undetected until they bleed and become symptomatic.
Our team of neurovascular care experts offers an unmatched level of definitive diagnosis and specialized care for CCM, including non-surgical and surgical management techniques.
Learn more about how our interdisciplinary physician team provides effective, comprehensive care for children and adults with CCM.