Arteriovenous Malformation in CLOVES SyndromeAhmed Abu-Haniyeh MD1*, Laith Alkukhun MD1, Mohammed Al-Natour MD2, Muhammad Hassan3 and Adriano Tonelli4
- *Corresponding Author:
- Ahmed Abu-Haniyeh MD
Internal Medicine Residency Program. Medicine Institute
Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, USA
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Received Date: May 22, 2017; Accepted Date: May 29, 2017; Published Date: June 10, 2017
Citation: Abu-Haniyeh A, Alkukhun L, Al-Natour M, Hassan M, Tonelli A (2017) Arteriovenous Malformation in CLOVES Syndrome. Med Rep Case Stud 2: 135. doi: 10.4172/2572-5130.1000135
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CLOVES syndrome (Congenital Lipomatous Overgrowth, Vascular malformations, and Epidermal nevi) is a rare and recently discovered syndrome. It is associated with vascular malformations and abnormal fatty tissue and skeletal growth. In this case, we report the clinical manifestations overtime in a patient with CLOVES syndrome who presented a unique arteriovenous malformation that led to severe neurological impairment by compressing the spinal cord. We also discuss the visceral findings in our patient, such as double ureter and splenomegaly, and describe the finding of corneal hydrops in both eyes and Chiari I malformation on brain imaging.