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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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The Veros AVM Suitability Score uses case-based reasoning to assess the subject property's fitness for AVM utilization.
have described two patients with tremor and dystonia caused by AVM in the contralateral basal ganglia, thalamus and mesencephalon, one patient with torticollis and AVM in the posterior thalamus, and another one with retrocollis and AVM in the parietal lobe.
Advances in Automated Valuation Modeling: AVM After the Non-Agency Mortgage Crisis is the culmination of the earlier text and demonstrates the advances and ongoing research that is occurring.
Brain and abdominopelvic CT scans did not show any other AVM.
A diagnosis of uterine AVM was confirmed with Doppler ultrasound demonstrated vascularity in the mass (Figure 2) and waveform revealed a low resistance pattern consistent with a high diastolic flow (Figure 3).
Posttreatment MRI was repeated at 3, 8, 12 and 24 months and showed a gradual reduction of AVM volume.
Those AVM values should be used as control values to trigger the Supervisory QC.
MaxLinear's receiver was the ideal choice for our next generation of cable products, said Peter Faxel, Executive Vice President Products & Technology and Member of the Board at AVM.
Full characterization of the AVM is paramount to planning therapy and should include: specific identification of the feeding arteries (number, location, collateral circulation and possible vascular "steal" from adjacent parenchyma), associated aneurysms, presence/age of hemorrhage, description of the nidus (location, size, and flow characteristics), venous drainage of the AVM and surrounding normal brain (presence of venous thrombosis, restriction to outflow, and mass effect) and follow-up of any prior therapy.
AVM accounts for 5, 10, 20, and 30% of CA in the amount.
Leveraging timely and relevant pre-sale data can result in improved AVM performance.
We describe a patient with congenital pelvic AVM who complained of voiding difficulty, and we also discuss the use of transrectal US to diagnose pelvic AVM.