MOYA MOYA DISEASE IN A PATIENT OF THALASSEMIA MAJOR - CASE REPORT

Dr. Ankita Shah, Dr. Anagha Joshi, Dr. Aakash Vaswani, Dr. Amol Rathod

Abstract


The moyamoya syndrome is a cerebrovascular condition that predisposes affected patients to stroke due to progressive stenosis of the intracranial
internal carotid arteries and their proximal branches. It can be seen in association with several inherited disorders. However, its association with
thalassemia is very rare.


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