Pediatric Moyamoya Program

The peak incidence of pediatric Moyamoya is between five and ten years old in children. Patients usually present to our center with headaches, seizures, TIAs, stroke, and progressive developmental delay. They also tend to suffer from other associated disorders such as sickle cell disease, Down syndrome, and Marfan syndrome. Some children may experience transient weakness during exercise or when crying. Our team works with other clinical specialists throughout our children’s hospital to ensure your child receives quality comprehensive care.

Pediatric Moyamoya Program Staff

  • Dr. Neil Feldstein

    • Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery
    Neil A. Feldstein
  • Evangeline Reyes-Pastorella, NP

    • Nurse Practitioner
    Evangeline Reyes-Pastorella