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Cavernous malformations are abnormally formed blood vessels in the brain or spinal cord which may cause seizures when the malformation occurs in the cerebral cortex, or surface layer of the brain.
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Lisa Abbot's Story
Lisa Abbot was sent to Harborview for emergency, life-saving treatment by its world-renowned neurosurgeons. By the time she arrived at Harborview, she was in a coma. Read more . . .
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