Surgical and combined endovascular and surgical case presentations (Cases S-1 to S-40)

  • H.-J. Steiger
  • R. Schmid-Elsaesser
  • A. Muacevic
  • H. Brückmann


Arteriovenous Malformation Posterior Cerebral Artery Superior Sagittal Sinus Middle Meningeal Artery Dural Arteriovenous Fistula 
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  • H.-J. Steiger
  • R. Schmid-Elsaesser
  • A. Muacevic
  • H. Brückmann

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