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Angioarchitectural features associated with hemorrhagic presentation in pediatric cerebral arteriovenous malformations
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    Re:The Influence of Angioarchitecture on Management of Pediatric Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations
    • Darren B. Orbach
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      • Edward R. Smith, Department of Neurosurgery, Boston Children's Hospital

    We read with interest Dr. Ding's response to our manuscript, "Angioarchitectural features associated with hemorrhagic presentation in pediatric cerebral arteriovenous malformations," and we thank him for his gracious comments. In response to his question regarding whether brain AVM angioarchitecture influences our particular treatment strategy, we would point out that the overwhelming majority of our pediatric patients wi...

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    The Influence of Angioarchitecture on Management of Pediatric Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations

    I have read, with great interest, the paper by Ellis et al. titled 'Angioarchitectural features associated with hemorrhagic presentation in pediatric cerebral arteriovenous malformations [1]. The authors retrospectively reviewed the angiographic features of 135 pediatric patients, mean age 10.1 years (range 0-19 years), who were referred to Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada and Boston Children's Hospital ove...

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