April 4, 2013 - Volume 13 - Issue 7
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Creator: Neurology Today
Duration: 2:36
Journal: Neurology Today April 4, 2013, Volume 13, Issue 7;
From the AAN annual meeting: After conducting long-term follow-up of patients with incidentally discovered intracerebral cavernous malformations (ICMs), investigators reported that the risk of prospective hemorrhage in these patients was very low. Here, Neurology Today Editor in Chief Steven P. Ringel, MD, and Neurology Today Associate Editor Robert Holloway, MD, offer in-depth insights into what these findings may mean for clinicians.