GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Report: Cavernous Malformation Death Rate Statistics

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"The rate of new lesion formation in familial cases is about 0.2 to 0.4 per patient per year."

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"Cavernous malformations can occur anywhere in the central nervous system but are most commonly found in the brain."

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"Cavernous malformations have an estimated incidence rate of 0.15 to 0.56 per 100,000 people annually."

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"recurrent hemorrhage within a cavernous malformation may carry a mortality rate of around 20% per event."

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"Cavernous malformations occur in approximately 0.5% of the population."

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"Up to 25% of people with cavernous malformations are asymptomatic."

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"Genetic testing can identify mutations in the CCM1, CCM2, or CCM3 genes in familial cases."

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"Cavernous malformations represent about 8-15% of all cerebrovascular malformations."

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"People between the ages of 20 and 50 are most commonly diagnosed with symptomatic cavernous malformations."

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"The mortality rate from surgical removal of a cavernous malformation in experienced centers is less than 2%."

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"The annual hemorrhage rate of a cavernous malformation is about 0.7-1.1% per year."

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"Familial forms of cavernous malformations comprise about 10-20% of all cases."

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"The presence of a previous hemorrhage increases the annual risk of re-hemorrhage to about 4-6% per year."

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"Up to 20% of patients with a cavernous malformation experience significant neurological deficits from bleeding."

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"In children, cavernous malformations are more likely to present with hemorrhage."

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"As much as 60% of familial cavernous malformation patients have multiple lesions."

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"Seizures occur in 40-70% of patients with cavernous malformations in the brain."

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"The risk of hemorrhage from a cavernous malformation is higher during pregnancy."

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"Annual detection rate of asymptomatic cavernous malformations is increasing with advancements in MRI technology."

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"Surgical removal of a cavernous malformation is often recommended for those with symptomatic lesions, especially if they've caused hemorrhage or seizures."

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