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Arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are defects of the circulatory system that are generally believed to arise during embryonic or fetal development or soon after birth. Although AVMs can develop in many different sites, those located in the brain or spinal cord can have especially widespread effects on the body.
Hi all,I joined about a month ago for information and support when my Dad had an AVM that bled. About 3.5 weeks ago he had a craniotomy to remove it. All went well and these last 3 weeks we have been extremely happy with his recovery. Out of the…Continue
Does the fatigue ever stop?I think I know the answer to this.I am 20yrs plus post surgery, post brain haemorrhage and am extremely tired. Running a home, cooking, everything takes so much energy out of me (I live alone and am single so no husband to…Continue
Lisa had her bleed 18 months ago. She has been back home for 5 months now after 7 months rehab. Home has been good for her, her nights in hospital were traumatic, here she's got me, Bonbon the dog, Iso and Lilly the cats. She had gamma knife…Continue
In researching treatment after being recently diagnosed, I created a playlist on YouTube with what I think are good, educational videos on the treatment of brain AVMs. I thought others could benefit from the information.…Continue
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