Interest of convex spherical anamorphosis in better understanding of brain AVMs' angioarchitecture.

INTRODUCTION Convex spherical anamorphosis is a barrel distortion that consists of the application of a plane surface on a convex hemisphere. Applied in vascular imaging of brain arteriovenous malformations (bAVMs), this deformation may help to 'spread' the nidus and surrounding vessels (arteries/veins) and thus to differentiate the different components of… (More)