AVM with Haematoma: Embolization and Surgery in Single Session
A 24-year-old male presented with severe headache. He was drowsy but arousable and followed verbal commands. He didn’t have any focal deficits. CT scan revealed large right frontal haematoma with midline shift (Fig. 71.1a). DSA revealed a moderate-sized AVM with feeders from right ACA and MCA cortical branches (Fig. 71.1b) with venous drainage into superior sagittal sinus.