Venous-predominant parenchymal arteriovenous malformation: a rare subtype with a venous drainage pattern mimicking developmental venous anomaly.

@article{Im2008VenouspredominantPA,
  title={Venous-predominant parenchymal arteriovenous malformation: a rare subtype with a venous drainage pattern mimicking developmental venous anomaly.},
  author={S S Im and Moon Hee Han and Bae Ju Kwon and Jung Yong Ahn and Cheolkyu Jung and Sung-Hye Park and Chang Wan Oh and Dae Hee Han},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={2008},
  volume={108 6},
  pages={1142-7}
}
OBJECT Considerable confusion exists in the literature regarding the classification of cerebrovascular malformations and their clinical significance. One example is provided by the atypical developmental venous anomaly (DVA) with arteriovenous shunt, because it remains controversial whether these lesions should be classified as DVAs or as atypical cases of other subtypes of cerebrovascular malformations. The purpose of this study was to clarify the classification of these challenging vascular… CONTINUE READING

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