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Focusing on both the patient's perspective and the neurosurgeon's concerns, Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations: Essentials for Patients and Practitioners, edited by leading experts Drs. Philip E. Stieg, Alexander A. Khalessi, and Michael L. J. Apuzzo, starts with an up-to-date approach to the matter of doctor-patient communication and moves on to the highly technical details of AVM treatment options. The first section covers communication with patients (who may well want to read it themselves); the second section is directed to neurosurgeons and other specialists caring for patients with intracranial AVMs, including those in emergency medicine, obstetrics, anesthesia, and intensive care. It offers a highly sophisticated but readable approach to the contemporary treatment of these challenging lesions.
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i. Acknowledgements
ii. Preface
iii. Foreword
1     Anatomy and Histology of Intracranial AVMs
2     Pathology and Genetics
3     Radiographic Anatomy: CT/MRI/Angiography and Risks
4     Molecular Biology
4     MRI Neurovascular Evaluation: Blood Flow, Perfusion, Diffusion, and Susceptibility
5     Natural History of Intracranial AVMs
6     Aneurysms Associated with Intracranial AVMs
7     Hemodynamic Factors: Vascular Steal and Breakthrough Bleeding
8     Classification Systems
9     Seizures and Intracranial AVMs
10   Decision Analysis for Asymptomatic Lesions
11   Decision Analysis for Symptomatic Lesions
12   Decision Analysis for Associated Aneurysms
13   Surgical Principles: Techniques, Goals, and Outcomes
14   Radiosurgery Principals for AVM Management: Techniques, Goals, and Outcomes
15   Principles of Neuroendovascular Management of AVMs: Goals, Timing, Techniques, and Outcomes
16   Multimodal/Combined Therapy: Goals and Outcomes
17   Palliation Versus Observation: Nonresectable AVMs
18   Conservative Management ("Observation) of Intracranial AVMs
19   Grading Systems and Surgical Risks
20   Risks of Endovascular Treatment of iAVMs
21   Risks of Combined Therapies
22   Risks of Radiosurgery
23   Emergency Management of Ruptured Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations
24   Medical Comorbidities in Elective Surgery
25   Anesthetic Management of Intracranial AVMs
26   Management of Perioperative Complications During iAVM Treatment
27   Intracranial AVMs and the Neurointensivist
28   Obstetric Considerations in AVM Management
29   Preoperative, Intraoperative, and Postoperative Imaging
30   Giant Intracranial AVMs
31   Treatment of Eloquent Cortex AVMs
32   Brain Stem and Posterior Fossa AVM's
33   Corpus Collosal and Peri-Ventricular AVM's
34   AVMs of the Sylvian Fissure
35   Pediatric AVMs
36   Residual AVMs
37   Intraoperative AVM Rupture
38   The Value of a Registry
39   Imaging Predictors for Rupture
40   Radiosurgical Innovations
41   Molecular Biology and Novel Treatments of Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations
42   Surgical Innovations
iv. index and other frontmatter
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      9780323825306
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      9780323825306
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      Feb 27, 2024
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  • Publication Date
    Sep 6, 2023

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