arteriovenous fistula in the neck are caused by penetrating trauma from gunshot or stab wounds 3.
arteriovenous malformation of brain.
arteriovenous shunts without any intervening capillary network.
arteriovenous AVMs can present externally as a soft, blueish or even pulsating mass, below the skin.
The majority of acquired arteriovenous fistula in the neck are caused by penetrating trauma from gunshot or stab wounds 3.
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Treatment options for hemorrhagic stroke may include surgery, sterotactic radiotherapy, or interventional neuroradiology to treat the underlying aneurysm or arteriovenous malformation.
An arteriovenous fistula is an abnormal channel or passage between an artery and a vein.
An arteriovenous fistula is a disruption of the normal blood flow pattern.
An arteriovenous fistula is an abnormal connection of an artery and a vein.
Congenital arteriovenous fistula is rare.
Acquired arteriovenous fistula is also uncommon in children.
There are two types of arteriovenous fistulas, congenital and acquired.
A congenital arteriovenous fistula is a rare birth defect that formed during fetal development.
An acquired arteriovenous fistula is one that develops after a person is born.
For example, after catheterizations, arteriovenous fistulas may occur as a complication of the arterial puncture in the leg or arm.
The main symptoms of arteriovenous fistulas near the surface of the skin are bulging and discolored veins.
Small arteriovenous fistulas can be corrected by surgery.
In the case of an arteriovenous fistula, this procedure should stop the passage of blood from the artery to the vein.
The prognosis for treated acquired arteriovenous fistula is usually very good.
Congenital arteriovenous fistula is not usually treated quite as successfully, but it can also be treated in such a way as to minimize further problems.
As of 2004, there is no known way to prevent arteriovenous fistula.
If not treated, arteriovenous fistulas can be very dangerous.
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