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J Korean Radiol Soc. 1989 Apr;25(2):217-221. Korean. Case Report.
Kim MS , Cho WY , Sung KJ , Hong IS , Kim HJ , Hu C .

Spinal arteriovenous malformation (AVM) is abnormal connections between arteries and veins, without intervening capillaries, located in the spinal cord and /or its leptomeninges. There are two main types spinal ofAVM; dural AV fistulas, in which the nidus of the AV fistula is imbeded in the dural covering of the nerve root,and intradural AVMs, in which the nidus of the AVM is within the cord tissue or the pia. The intradural AVMs arefurther subclassified into juvenile AVMs, glomus AVMs and direct AV fistulas. The authors report a case of spinalAVM, intradural and glomus type, confirmed by operation in 17 years old male patient.

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