10 Moyamoya Symptoms

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Reviewed: dr. vanta
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Seizures may occur as a result of moyamoya disease. Epilepsy may also develop in people with the disease. Anyone who has suffered two or more seizures is typically diagnosed with epilepsy, which is characterized as any disorder in the brain that causes seizures.

Seizures may occur for a number of reasons, including low blood sugar, damage to the nervous system and the lack of blood flow that moyamoya disease causes.4‘Epilepsy.’ Johns Hopkins Medicine, www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/epilepsy


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