Slade Jr., W. R.; Rabiner, A. M.
January 1972
Angiology;Jan1972, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p55
Academic Journal
Discusses the clinical syndromes treatment and prognosis concerning intracerebral arteriovenous (AV) malformations. Significance of accurate diagnosis in planning therapeutic management; Symptoms of arteriovenous malformations; Pathophysiology of arteriovenous malformation; Differential Diagnosis of AV malformation; Pathology of AV malformations; Outstanding manifestation of AV malformations; Treatment of arteriovenous malformations; Prognosis of AV malformations.


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