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What is Spinal AVM?

What is Spinal AVM?

  • Spinal AVM: Spinal AVM's refers to a group of abnormal blood vessels (arteries and veins) in the spinal canal. The severity of symptoms depends on the size and growth of the blood vessel malformation. Severe complications such as paralysis can result if the malformed blood vessels rupture and bleed.

Spinal AVM: Introduction

Types of Spinal AVM:

Broader types of Spinal AVM:

How serious is Spinal AVM?

Complications of Spinal AVM: see complications of Spinal AVM

What causes Spinal AVM?

Causes of Spinal AVM: see causes of Spinal AVM

What are the symptoms of Spinal AVM?

Symptoms of Spinal AVM: see symptoms of Spinal AVM

Complications of Spinal AVM: see complications of Spinal AVM

Spinal AVM: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Spinal AVM.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Spinal AVM.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Spinal AVM: see treatments for Spinal AVM

Name and Aliases of Spinal AVM

Main name of condition: Spinal AVM

Other names or spellings for Spinal AVM:

Spinal arteriovenous malformation


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