Moyamoya Syndrome is a disease in which the arteries in the brain are constricted, resulting in reduced blood flow, which is also obstructed by blood clots. Its causes are unclear: it can be congenital or acquired, and often tends to be familial, depending on certain genetic mutations. Its symptoms are also uncertain, and in some patients it may never present any, while in others, it may cause strokes, bleeding, headaches and even death. Surgery is the ultimate treatment measure. Early diagnosis is vital for survival and recovery .
HOW IS MOYAMOYA DISEASE DIAGNOSED?
The disease is usually present in adults between the ages of 30 and 40 years.