Results of surgery, embolization, and radiosurgery: A detailed literature review

  • H.-J. Steiger


In the beginning of the microsurgical era, prior to endovascular therapy, morbidity and mortality associated with the surgical removal of cerebral AVMs were considerable.


Arteriovenous Malformation Gamma Knife Stereotactic Radiosurgery Venous Malformation Gamma Knife Surgery 
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