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Can brain angioma cause momory problems?

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Dr. William Singer answered

Specializes in Pediatric Neurology

An angioma is a blood vessel malformation. Localized angioma's would not in and of themselves cause memory problems. However, angiomas may rupture and bleed, causing subarachnoid and bleeding within the brain substance. Under those situations memory can be affected.

Answered May 2, 2018



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