Treatment of AVMArteriovenous malformation or AVM is an abnormal connection of blood vessels in the lungs, brain, or spinal cord.
This disease usually has no pronounced symptoms. As a rule, clinical manifestations depend on the localization of vascular neoplasm.
Sometimes arteriovenous malformation can cause neurological disorders, pain, or epilepsy attacks. In the most dangerous cases, it can trigger stroke, pulmonary hemorrhage, and brain abscess. Treatment options for the AVMToday the existing standards include four methods of therapy of patients with AVM, i.e.