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Superior mesenteric arteriovenous fistula embolisation complicated by bowel ischaemia.
Transcatheter embolization of superior mesenteric arteriovenous fistula.
Coronary Arteriovenous Fistulas: The Complexity of Coronary Artery-to-Coronary Sinus Connections.
Leone JP, Glaser AD, Hufstetler R, Illig KA Video-scopic basilic vein harvest for creation of transposed brachio-basilic arteriovenous fistulae.
Brachiobasilic arteriovenous fistula: different surgical techniques and their effects on fistula patency and dialysis-related complications.
Patient attitudes towards the arteriovenous fstula: a qualitative study on vascular access decision making.
Timing of nephrologist referral and arteriovenous access use: the CHOICE Study.
Arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are congenital, fast-flow vascular lesions composed of malformed arterial and venous vessels connected directly to one another without an intervening capillary bed.1 They are more common in brain involving or supplied by intracranial vasculature than those formed by branches of external carotid arteries.2 AVM of scalp is a rare lesion which has its abnormal arteriovenous communication within the subcutaneous fatty layer of scalp with the feeding arteries derived from vessels supplying the scalp.
They offer a holistic approach to the management of brain arteriovenous malformations and arteriovenous fistulas and outline the role of endovascular embolization and radiation surgery, as adjuncts to surgery or as standalone treatments.
The study is to analyse the outcome of arteriovenous access created for haemodialysis in a specific time period.