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Effects of Multiple Cavernous Cavernomas

Effects of Multiple Cavernous Cavernomas

The effects of Multiple Cavernous Cavernomas can vary depending on size, location and whether the abnormal blood vessel leaks. Symptoms can occur when the abnormal blood vessel is pressing on certain areas of the brain or as a result from the cavernoma leaking resulting in bleeding on the brain.

Symptoms can include:

  • Fits (seizures)
  • Poor Balance
  • Vision problems
  • A haemorrhagic stroke
  • Weakness
  • Altered tone- either rigid or floppy limbs
  • Sensory problems such as pins and needles or numbness
  • Slurred Speech

Physiotherapy can help with these symptoms. Here at Manchester Neuro Physio we recognise that having a child diagnosed with Multiple Cavernous Cavernomas can be scary and unpredictable but our physiotherapists can help with the physical and emotional sides of the condition by providing specific treatment for your child to achieve their goals.

To book an assessment or for more information please email call 0161 883 0066 .