The Wyburn Mason Syndrome involves arteriovenous malformations (AVM) in retinal and other blood vessels of the head and neck.
Sites for AVM – usually unilateral:
(1) retina (Type III AVM)
(4) intracranial (midbrain, other)
(6) facial angiomas
(1) poor vision in affected eye
(2) proptosis (secondary to AVM in retrobulbar soft tissue
(3) homonymous hemianopia (if optic tract involved)
(1) neurologic signs (pyramidal, other), depending on CNS involvement
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