Angioma of brain: Compare Costs for a treatment abroad

Don't despair if you were diagnosed with angioma of brain. This disease is treatable and well-researched. Modern medicine can prevent all possible complications and you will live a long life. If you have more questions about your condition after reading about this disease and its treatment options, you can always book a professional consultation. 

Below, methods of brain angioma treatments are listed. By clicking on the search results, not only will you be able to find the most suitable clinics and the best specialists in this field, you will also be able to find out how much such treatments cost and book the program you are interested in online.

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Best hospitals for Angioma of brain treatment

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Asklepios Stadtklinik Bad Wildungen

The Asklepios Bad Wildungen Municipal Clinic (Asklepios Stadtklinik Bad Wildungen) is an academic teaching hospital of the Phillipp University of Magburg and is a member of Asklepios Clinics GmbH (Asklepios Kliniken GmbH).

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Sana Hospital Duisburg

The Sana Hospital Duisburg is a medical center of maximum care with 678 beds and 17 specialized departments. As the Hospital is innovative and patient-oriented, it works for the benefit of a person and his/her health. The Hospital ranks among the leading clinics in the region.

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About the disease

Angioma of brain is a malformation, when small blood vessels in the central nervous system become enlarged. Their structure is also erratic. It can develop in any part of the brain, including surface of the brain, brain stem and cerebellum.

Angioma is a subtype of cavernous malformation. Other subtypes are hemangioma and cavernous. In most cases, angioma of brain occurs as a congenital condition, meaning that it can rarely develop during the lifetime. If it does develop in adulthood, it can be caused by a serious infection affecting the brain. It should be noted that angioma of brain is not a tumor, but nonetheless it is a dangerous condition, which should be treated once diagnosed. The most precarious complication of angioma is a brain hemorrhage as a result of vascular congestion.

There are three types of angioma:

  • Cavernous angioma is characterized by an accumulation of small blood vessels and blood flow disorder 
  • Cerebral venous angioma is characterized by dilation of these vessels
  • Capillary angioma is an accumulation of brain capillaries that obstruct the blood flow

According to Pennsylvania Brain & Spine Institute, 25% of people who have cavernous malformation will not experience any manifestations of this disease throughout their life.


  • Dizziness
  • Convulsions resembling epileptic attacks
  • Headache
  • Frequent nausea
  • Paralysis or restricted mobility of certain body parts
  • Violation of speech
  • Noise, heard in the head


Diagnosis of this disease can be difficult, because angioma in most cases does not cause any symptoms for a long time. Nevertheless, modern technologies can detect it before it begins causing complications.

  • Contrast angiography is probably the most precise diagnostic method. This is an imaging test, during which a patient is given a special radiopaque medication, which allows the doctor to make an X-ray examination of the head.
  • Superselective angiography is a safer diagnostic method, when catheter is injected specifically in the area where angioma is most likely to be accumulated.
  • MRI and CT scan are also used for diagnosis of angioma as they can assess patient`s blood vessels in the brain. 


  • Platinum coils embolization (coiling) is a surgery during which a surgeon closes off the sac where blood vessels are accumulated to prevent brain rupture and hemorrhage and relieve the angioma symptoms, if they are present. In this case coils or mesh stents are inserted through a catheter into the brain to close the aneurysm.   
  • Stereotactic radiosurgery uses precisely targeted radiation beams to reach the aneurysm and treat it. Doctors can use either Gamma Knife or Linear Accelerator for this purpose.
  • Partial resection and coiling is a surgery, when aneurysm is resected. After this a surgeon places coils to close the malformation. This procedure is more invasive than platinum coils embolization.