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Cure of brain dural av fistula?

Cure of brain dural av fistula?

Not enough info: I am sorry; that question is so general that it is impossible to give you a satisfactory answer in the 400 characters we're allotted. Are you the one with the a-v fistula? Has it bled? What does your neurosurgeon say? ...Read more

Fistula (Definition)

A fistula is an abnormal connection between two places. Most commonly, it originates somewhere in the intestine and communicates to another location in the intestine or in the skin. A fistula can develop after abdominal surgery, with inflammatory bowel disease, cancer, anorectal abscess, and ...Read more


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Is renal arteriovenous malformation curable?

Is renal arteriovenous malformation curable?

No: No real treatment unles very symptomatic or riskk oof losing a kidney although the likelyhood of this necessity is small as long as the kidney functions normally. However as you have two kidneys you may not know when and if this kidney faiils without continual followup with your physician and routin urin evaluations. ...Read more

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Are av fistulas permanent?

Are av fistulas permanent?

Don't have to be: It takes a surgical procedure to connect the end if a vein to the side of an artery (create an av fistula). Once created, it will take another surgical procedure to shut the fistula down if need be. Most often they are kept in place even if not used as a back-up system for dialysis access. ...Read more

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What's an arteriovenous malformation from?

What's an arteriovenous malformation from?

Congenital: Arteriovenous malformation or avm is an abnormal connection between veins and arteries, usually congenital. ...Read more

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Av fistula, av graft, subclavian or femoral catheter, av shunt permanent or temporary, which is better?

Av fistula, av graft, subclavian or femoral catheter, av shunt permanent or temporary, which is better?

AV fistula: Countless studies and decades of research have shown a clear advantage for patients who undergo hemodialysis through an av fistula. The second best is an av graft and all catheter-based modalities for hemodialysis are a distant third. ...Read more

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What is a carotid cavernous fistula?

What is a carotid cavernous fistula?

Link artery to vein: The carotid artery, the main supply to the head, can establish a direct connection to the veins in the cavernous sinus lead to pronounced elevation of pressure in the veins which will dilate throughout the front of the head and can lead to a deadly leak. If you suspect this you need to see your doctor immediately (or an er) to get treatment. ...Read more

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Tracheo-oesophageal fistula and oesophageal atresia hereditary?

Not usually: Esophageal atresia with or with out fistula is usually sporadic. There area a few cases ( and i mean very few) in the literature where a parent had ea-tef and had a child with same. It is reportable. ...Read more

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What are pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (avm's)?

What are pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (avm's)?

Nidus of vessels: Abnormal communication between a pulmonary artery and vein with no normal capillary bed in between them. ...Read more

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What is surgery ileoanal or ileorectal anastomosis for ulcerative colitis?

What is surgery ileoanal or ileorectal anastomosis for ulcerative colitis?

This is when the: Colon is removed and part or all of the rectum is removed, then the small bowel or ileum is sewn/stapled to the rectum or anus, usually with the construction of a artificial rectal pouch and a temporary diverting ileostomy. ...Read more

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What does cavernoma or (venous?) vascular malformation mean?

What does cavernoma or (venous?) vascular malformation mean?

Common and benign: Cavernous malformations, or cavernous angiomas, or cavernomas, are a type of vascular abnormality of the central nervous system. They consist of a cluster of abnormal, dilated vessels. People are typically born with a tendency to have develop them, but are usually benign and most everyone do not have any symptoms, but some may have headaches or neurologic symptoms, and should see a neurologist. ...Read more

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Is the treatment for arteriovenous malformations (avm) ofthe brain through arteries now?

Not "ALL": The treatment of avms is should involve mutliple specialists these days. Some of the more recent research suggests that treatment through the arteries is dangerous but it is important to realize that many of those treatments did not involve a team of doctors treating the patients. Make sure you involve an experienced team of mds in treatment recommendations regarding your avm. ...Read more

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Is colon anastomotic ulcer treatible?

Is colon anastomotic ulcer treatible?

Depends: Most colon anastomotic ulcers are chronic due to poor blood supply to that area. Usually not serious. If you have crohns, the ulcer could represent recurrent disease and escalating treatment should be considered. ...Read more

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What conditions apart from chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (ccsvi) require ijv angioplasty?

What conditions apart from chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (ccsvi) require ijv angioplasty?

Few: Aside from ccsvi angioplasty of the central veins is most commonly done to relieve narrowings caused by previous intrumentation (central lines, dialysis access, pacemakers, etc). In the ijv it is usually done to restore or improve access for insertion of a central venous catheter of some sort. Tumors can also narrow the central veins to the point where dilation is needed. ...Read more

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How are arteriovenous malformations and other vascular lesions detected?

How are arteriovenous malformations and other vascular lesions detected?

Studies...: Angiography can detect the majority of vascular lesions; although a good number of them are detected while undergoing numerous other procedures for other things(ct scans, ultrasounds, etc.). ...Read more

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What does an av fistula for dialysis mean?

What does an av fistula for dialysis mean?

Arteriovenous fistul: It is an arteriovenous fistula. It is a surgical connection of an artery and a vein. Once "mature", it is where they insert the needles for the blood to flow to the dialysis machine. It can take 3 months or so from "creation" until it is ready to use. ...Read more

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With single vessel luminal (phenobarbital) narrowing coronary artery disease what percent requires angio?

With single vessel luminal (phenobarbital) narrowing coronary artery disease what percent requires angio?

CAD: If a suspicion of significant CAD is present (symptoms or abnormal stress study), angiography might be indicated. Intervention might be indicated if a blockage of greater than 70% is present. ...Read more

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Medicine for fistula bleeding in ano?

Medicine for fistula bleeding in ano?

BLEEDING fistula: Anal fistula needs operation to correct it and stop bleeding. ...Read more