My son, age 22, has KT.* A very mild case consisting of a slight left-sided hemihypertrophy with small flat hemangiomas that come and then just fade away.* However when he wanted to go into the Army, he went for ct scan of his body and an mri of his brain to disprove internal hemangiomas, avms, and lymphatic involvement. After a few mri's, he ended up having a cerebral angiogram. What we found out, was that he had a venous angioma in his left brain.* The doctor says it is no big deal, but when I look at the film the doggone blood vessel is as wide open as a dime.*
I'll never forget the first doctor who told me that I should be glad that my son had KT instead of hemihypertrophy, because KT is nothing. Well I know better than that now. Of course I also know that my son has been greatly blessed so far.* But the thing is, after hearing the one doctor, how do I trust this one now? IS a Venous Angioma no big deal?