M C Riche

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Forty-three patients with arterio-venous fistulae of the dura of the transverse sinus with a complaint of tinnitus are reviewed, with a follow-up of 12 months to 11 years. 34 patients were embolized, 2 treated surgically, and 7 were untreated. Embolization appears to have been beneficial. The frequently benign nature of this abnormality must be emphasized,(More)
We studied eleven patients with intrathecal extramedullary arteriovenous fistulas identified by selective angiography and myelography. The fistulas were located on the surface of the cord, fed by medullary arteries. Angiography distinguished three separate types that gave identical clinical disorders. Therapeutic results of surgery and embolization allowed(More)
Thirty-four patients with angiographically proved arteriovenous malformations of the spinal cord were studied between May 1986 and July 1987. Examinations were performed on a CGR 5000 Magniscan 0.5-T scanner with a surface coil in all cases, and multislices in both T1- and T2-weighted sequences were obtained in sagittal and axial planes. The results showed(More)
This report is based on 32 cases of jugular paraganglioma treated by embolization, of which 7 had cervical and/or intrajugular extensions, five a giant extension involving mainly the carotid canal and one excretory activity. Aims and methods of diagnostic and therapeutic angiography are envisaged as well as results in the three angiographic types(More)