Moyamoya disease

The most comprehensive site for Moyamoya Disease and treatment

The Stanford Moyamoya Center is the largest moyamoya referral center in the world.

WORLD STROKE DAY, October 29  Become educated on stroke facts, signs and symptoms; AWARENESS is key (...that includes MOYAMOYA disease AWARENESS)!!!!  It's a stereotypical myth that strokes only occur in "elderly adults". Strokes CAN happen to adults (of any age), teenagers, "tweens", children, toddlers, infants, even unborn babies!

WORLD STROKE DAY, October 29 Become educated on stroke facts, signs and symptoms; AWARENESS is key (...that includes MOYAMOYA disease AWARENESS)!!!! It's a stereotypical myth that strokes only occur in "elderly adults". Strokes CAN happen to adults (of any age), teenagers, "tweens", children, toddlers, infants, even unborn babies!

Stroke Connection - Winter 2014 - Page 8-9 :: DIGITAL PAGE Allows you to enlarge print! This feature is extremely helpful. In "MOYAMOYA" disease, it is extremely rare, more commonly seen in children (age 2-5; although any age is possible) TIA - or - ischemic stroke may be the 1st symptom. Read further >>> strokeassociation.org #strokeconnection

Stroke Connection - Winter 2014 - Page 8

Moyamoya disease is a disorder caused by blocked arteries at the base of the brain. The name "moyamoya" means "puff of smoke" in Japanese and describes the appearance of the tangle of tiny vessels that form to compensate for the blockage. As the normal blood vessels narrow and become blocked, a person may suffer a stroke. No medication can stop or reverse the progression of moyamoya disease. Treatment focuses on reducing the risk of stroke and restoring blood flow to the brain.

Moyamoya disease is a disorder caused by blocked arteries at the base of the brain. The name "moyamoya" means "puff of smoke" in Japanese and describes the appearance of the tangle of tiny vessels that form to compensate for the blockage. As the normal blood vessels narrow and become blocked, a person may suffer a stroke. No medication can stop or reverse the progression of moyamoya disease. Treatment focuses on reducing the risk of stroke and restoring blood flow to the brain.

Treating Moyamoya Disease - Boston Children's Hospital - YouTube

Moyamoya disease, which is also known as Moyamoya syndrome, is a rare but very serious condition in which the walls of the internal carotid arteries—the vess.

Moyamoya Disease Awareness:  Do NOT let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do

Moyamoya Disease Awareness: Do NOT let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do

Moyamoya operation3 - YouTube

Moyamoya operation3 - YouTube

Moyamoya Disease Overview - (My neurosurgeon at Stanford University Hospital says that women around age 50 are now most the most likely age/sex to be diagnosed with Moyamoya. See pie chart on their website))

Learn about the symptoms of and treatments for moyamoya disease from Barrow Neurosurgeon Dr.

Moyamoya disease, Moya Moya

Moyamoya info, Moyamoya disease is a disorder caused by blocked arteries at the base of the brain.

Raising awareness for Moyamoya disease "Halloween-style"

Raising awareness for Moyamoya disease "Halloween-style"

Moyamoya Disease

Learn about a rare, potentially life-threatening neurological condition that causes stroke-like symptoms in children and adults.

Understanding Moyamoya Disease in Children - Stroke Connection Magazine - Winter 2014

When Malachi Horton was 18 months old, he lost movement in his right arm and leg and was unable to sit, stand or walk. “We took him to three different emergency rooms before he was diagnosed as having a stroke,” his mother Erin Horton said.

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