Does sturge Weber syndrome cause bloodclots?

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Does sturge Weber syndrome cause bloodclots?

Not normally. It causes a birthmark and a blood vessel abnormality in the brain which can lead to epilepsy and/or brain haemorrhage (bleed).

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