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HK J Paediatr (New Series)
Vol 10. No. 3, 2005

HK J Paediatr (New Series) 2005;10:211-213

Case Report

A Newborn with Ptosis Secondary to a Cavernous Haemangioma

CLF Woo, BHT Ho, BWY Young


Intracranial cavernous haemangioma is rare in neonates. Its natural course is still unclear. Surgical resection is recommended in symptomatic cases. A neonate suffered from intracranial cavernous haemangioma causing unilateral third nerve palsy was presented. The cavernous haemangioma resolved spontaneous in a few months time. The presentations, imaging findings and progress were reported.

Keyword : Cavernous haemangioma; Intracranial

Abstract in Chinese


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