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malformation

Pathol a deformity in the shape or structure of a part, esp when congenital

malformation

[‚mal·fər′mā·shən]
(medicine)
A deformity of a part of the body resulting from abnormal development.
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Increased cerebral blood flow after brain arteriovenous malformation resection is substantially independent of changes in cardiac output.
Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) of the pancreas is a very rare disorder, first reported by Halpern et al in 1968 in a patient with Osler-Weber-Rendu disease and described as tumorous formation or vascular anomaly formed by aberrant communication between arterial and venous systems.
Risk of spontaneous haemorrhage after diagnosis of cerebral arteriovenous malformation.
According to Curacao criteria (1) a diagnosis of Osler-Weber-rendu syndrome was made with spontaneous, recurrent epistaxis, mucocuteneous telengiectasia and arteriovenous malformations in the organs (lung and liver).
Massive prostatic bleeding after transurethral resection of the prostate in a patient with a congenital pelvic arteriovenous malformation.
Arteriovenous malformation involving the thumb and hand: radical excision and reconstruction of multiple components.
A sampling of topics includes brain edema management, treatment for cluster headache using Gamma Knife radiosurgery, arteriovenous malformation radiosurgery, and endocrine issues arising from surgery near the pituitary gland.
Proceeds will go the church's Sunday school program and to a charity to support research on AVM, arteriovenous malformation, the arterial defect that killed Jared.
But she has defied death for over a decade after being diagnosed with the rare brain disorder arteriovenous malformation in 1995.
Neurovascular embolization technology, which include aneurysm coils, arteriovenous malformation embolics and accessories, also will see broader adoption in the next six years.