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Surg Neurol Int


A case of fibromuscular dysplasia related intracerebral hemorrhage without angiographically cerebral abnormal vessels.


Fujiwara G, Maruyama D, Okabe H, Komaru Y, Murakami M, Katsura K, Murakami N, Hashimoto N
Surg Neurol Int. 2022; 13:26.
PMID: 35127226.


Fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) can cause cerebral aneurysms and dissection, which can lead to stroke. Angiographic findings are important in the diagnosis. We report a case of FMD in which the cause of hemorrhage could not be determined by angiography.