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|Title:||Cerebral arteriovenous malformation embolized through persistent primitive hypoglossal artery - A case report|
|Citation:||INTERVENTIONAL NEURORADIOLOGY. 11; 3; 241-246|
|Abstract:||Carotid-vertebral anastomoses are commonly detected as incidental findings. But sometimes these channels are important for the clinical condition of the patient. Here a case of right thalamo-capsular arteriovenous malformation is described where a persistent primitive hypoglossal artery was the only route for embolization of the arteriovenous malformation.|
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