Brain hemangioma: Compare Costs for a treatment abroad

If you have been diagnosed with brain hemangioma, start treatment right away to avoid complications and also ensure your recovery.

Treatment methods for brain hemangioma are listed, below. 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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Asklepios Academic City Hospital Bad Wildungen

The Asklepios Academic City Hospital Bad Wildungen (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

Brain hemangioma is a malformation of blood vessels in the brain. According to DoveMed, this condition is more common in people over the age  of 40. The exact cause of brain hemangioma has not been identified yet. Some researches believe that genetic mutation can play the role in increasing the risk of developing the malformation. Also, cranial irradiation can also lead to development of malformation. The risk appears if cranial irradiation was performed in children who were treating other medical conditions. The most common manifestation of brain hemangioma is a headache. If not treated on time, brain hemangioma can lead to hemorrhage which, in its turn, can have serious consequences which in some cases may be fatal. Approximately 25% of brain hemangioma cases are asymptomatic, but even in such case there can be bleeding which is a medical emergency and requires immediate hospitalization. Previous instances in intracerebral bleeding can also increase the risk of developing brain hemangioma or indicate that a person already has this condition.

Overall, brain hemangioma is considered to be a very rare condition. According to DoveMed, it affects approximately 0.4% of all population. Having a relative who had been diagnosed with brain hemangioma increases the risk of developing this condition. People who have such risk need to be checked up regularly with the help of MRI or other imaging tests. Brain hemangioma  is slightly more prevalent in women.


  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Weakness
  • Fatigue
  • Problems with vision
  • Problems with gait
  • Seizures in some cases
  • Hemorrhage in some cases


  • During a general examination the doctor will ask about the symptoms listed above. The doctors will ask the person if he/she had any head traumas or injuries which could be causing the headache.
  • The doctor will ask if the person underwent radiotherapy in the past.
  • Imaging tests are the best in identifying the exact location of the malformation and also its size and type. These tests are usually enough for the diagnosis. If there are still doubts, the doctor may order some additional tests to make correct diagnosis.


  • Surgical resection is used to resect the malformation and also prevent it from bleeding.
  • Platinum coils embolization (coiling) is used to block the blood vessel malformation from healthy blood vessels and thus normalize normal work of the brain.
  • Partial resection and coiling is used to both resect the malformation and also block it from healthy blood vessels.
  • Radiotherapy can be used if malformation is located in an inaccessible location, where it is dangerous to operate on, such as the brainstem.

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