Cavernoma

Cavernoma

Service Type
Body

Cavernomas are enlarged and deformed blood vessels gathered into clusters. These clusters, called angiomas, may look bubbly, like raspberries. A cavernoma can appear in the brain, spinal cord or other parts of the nervous system and body, including on the skin and eye.

Cavernomas can cause:

Clinical Practice Terms
Bradford B Worrall

Bradford B Worrall, MD

Title:
Professor
Division:
General Neurology Appointment
Primary Location:
Adult Neurology Clinic
Phone:
434.924.2783
Andrew M Southerland

Andrew M Southerland, MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
General Neurology Appointment
Primary Location:
Adult Neurology Clinic
Phone:
800.251.3627
Barrett J. Zlotoff

Barrett J. Zlotoff, MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
General Dermatology Appointment
Primary Location:
Dermatology
Phone:
434.924.5115
Min S. Park

Min S. Park, MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
General Neurological Surgery Appointment, Neurosurgery, Stroke
Primary Location:
General Neurosurgery Clinic Fontaine
Phone:
434.924.2735
Zuseen C Rannigan

Zuseen C Rannigan, RN, MSN, FNP

Division:
General Neurological Surgery Appointment
Primary Location:
General Neurosurgery Clinic
Phone:
434.924.2203
Ryan T Kellogg

Ryan T Kellogg, MD

Title:
Assistant Professor
Division:
General Neurological Surgery Appointment
Primary Location:
General Neurosurgery Clinic
Phone:
434.924.2735