Large and deep brain arteriovenous malformations are associated with risk of future hemorrhage.

@article{Stefani2002LargeAD,
  title={Large and deep brain arteriovenous malformations are associated with risk of future hemorrhage.},
  author={Marco Ant{\^o}nio Stefani and Phillip J Porter and K G terBrugge and W J Montanera and R Willinsky and Mark C. Wallace},
  journal={Stroke},
  year={2002},
  volume={33 5},
  pages={1220-4}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The correlation between features present in brain arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) such as size, location, and angioarchitecture at presentation with subsequent risk of hemorrhage may be valuable in predicting the behavior of AVMs and therefore guiding management. METHODS We prospectively followed up 390 patients with brain AVMs at the University of Toronto Vascular Malformation Study Group. Location, size, angioarchitecture details, blood supply, and clinical… CONTINUE READING

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