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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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Lymphatic (Definition)

Arteries and veins carry blood around the body. Fluid leaks out and bathes the tissues and is returned to the heart by a system of vessels termed the lymphatic system. Without it fluid would accumulate in tissues ...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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Are lymphoma nd lymphatic melformation related diseases?

Are lymphoma nd lymphatic melformation related diseases?

Not really : Lymphomas are blood-borne malignancies that typically have origin in lymph nodes or other lymphatic tissue. Lymphatic malformations are typically benign abnormalities of lymphatic channel morphology. Many are congenital for example a cystic hygroma. ...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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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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What's the arnold chiari malformation?

What's the arnold chiari malformation?

Chiary II.: Chiari ii malformation (cm-ii), also known as arnold-chiari malformation, is a fetal condition characterized by downward displacement of the cerebellar vermis and tonsils, a brainstem malformation with beaked midbrain on neuroimaging, and a spinal myelomeningocele (open spina bifida). ...Read more

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Lymphatic system specialists?

Lymphatic system specialists?

None: They don't exist as a singular specialty but handled by many specialties such as vascular vein dermatology etc. ...Read more

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What is a venous malformation (hemangioma)?

What is a venous malformation (hemangioma)?

Benign congenital: An hemagioma is one of several types of venous malformations, a result of abnormal vascular development. They are benign but can cause symptoms from size or location. treatment when needed is by laser ablation, sclerotherapy or embolization.Surgery is rarely used ...Read more

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Can lymphatic filariasis recur?

Yes: Recurrrence can be seen in this diease...It is through filaria settling in the lymphatic channels that causes the obstruction known as elephantiasis. ...Read more

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What causes arnold chiari malformation?

What causes arnold chiari malformation?

No one knows: Chiari described malformations of the cerebellum. Arnold added the defects in the brain associated with spina bifida. This became known as chiari type 2 or arnold chiari. There is kinking of the medulla and fourth ventricle, obstruction of the outlet of the fourth ventricle, peaking of brainstem, fusion of thalamus, as well as hydrocephalus and incomplete closure of spinal cord. ...Read more

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Is chiara malformation hereditary?

Is chiara malformation hereditary?

Chiari malformation: Over the years there has been a good deal of discussion about heredity. There have been reported families with more than one family member having a chiari - in my own practice the pressence of multiple family members with chiari has been quite rare. ...Read more

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Arnold chiari malformation, what constitutes a botched surgery?

Arnold chiari malformation, what constitutes a botched surgery?

Chiari surgery: Surgery for a chari malformation is rather straight forward - a "botched" surgery is rare, in some rare cases further surgery might be indicated if the symptoms are not resolved - this assumes there were no complications during the procedure. ...Read more

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Could stereotactic radiosurgery work for cavernous malformation?

Could stereotactic radiosurgery work for cavernous malformation?

Radiosurgery: A controversial subject as historically radiosurgery was not effective on cavernous malformations and not recommended. There have been some recent papers suggesting an effect might be possible but there are no definitive answers yet for this form of treatment ...Read more

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Describe the features of a brain arteriovenous malformation.?

Describe the features of a brain arteriovenous malformation.?

Often none: Unless it leaks, there would be no symptoms in most cases. Leaking can cause intense headache or stroke-like symptoms such as focal weakness, loss of speech or vision. Avm discovered after a minor stroke can be corrected before a major stroke. Family history of avm may prompt investigation in someone with no symptoms. ...Read more

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Can an arachnoid cyst or a chiari 1 malformation grow? 

Can an arachnoid cyst or a chiari 1 malformation grow? 

Sometimes: Aarachnoid cysts can show enlargement with age. Chiari malformations can worsen via increased cord compression or by hydrocephalus/syringomyelia. ...Read more

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What is an aorta venous malformation?

What is an aorta venous malformation?

Connection: This is a genetic abnormality that allows an artery to feed directly into a vein (instead of gradually perfusing tissue before being returned to the venous capillaries). This direct A-V communication creates what is called a shunt, and if large enough may cause volume overload on the heart, which may lead to hear chamber enlargement and even failure. At the site of the AVM, bleeding may result. ...Read more

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What is an aorta venous malformation?

What is an aorta venous malformation?

AVM: i think you must mean arteriovenous malformation. This represents a tangle of small arteries that become small veins. The significance is that they are prone to bleeding. They can be found in the brain, in the esophagus, the stomach, the liver, the small bowel, and the colon to name a few. ...Read more

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What is an arnold chiari malformation?

What is an arnold chiari malformation?

Result of ONTD.: Chiari ii malformation (cm-ii), also known as arnold-chiari malformation, is a fetal condition characterized by downward displacement of the cerebellar vermis and tonsils, a brainstem malformation with beaked midbrain on neuroimaging, and a spinal myelomeningocele (open spina bifida). The spinal defect is the etiology of the chiari ii malformation of the cerebellum and brainstem. ...Read more

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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