Surgical Treatment for Deep-Seated or Large AVM
The best treatment for arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) is their total removal. However, in deeply seated or large AVMs, total resection is not only difficult but also hazardous. Moreover, the surgical results of deep or large AVMs are not always satisfactory and vary depending on the surgical indication, methods, and surgeon’s technical experiences.
KeywordsBalloon Catheter Posterior Cerebral Artery Total Removal Feeding Artery Occlusion Time
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