Moyamoya disease is a condition in which blood vessels nourishing the cerebrum gradually fill up, sometimes causing cerebral infarction and cerebral hemorrhage.
Unlike cerebral infarction, it is characterized by it's prevalence in young patients. Because its cause has not been clarified, it is designated as an intractable disease. However, with regular follow-up treatment and sound clinical judgment, it is not a disease to fear. I was assigned as an incurable disease designer for Moyamoya disease in charge of outpatient management and surgical treatment of many patients with Moyamoya disease during my time at Ebara hospital. Many patients also find it easier to manage the disease on an outpatient basis. Patients who come to the clinic with a diagnosis of Moyamoya disease from other hospitals should bring data images such as those from a CD - R. If there is an image, it will be possible for me to give a more specific explanation.