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The retrospective group included all the cases of arteriovenous fistulae for haemodialysis access, done from 01/11/2009 to 31/10/2010.
Twenty arteriovenous malformation specimens from 12 men and 8 women with an average age of 36.
Humacyte will assess the efficacy and safety of the HAV compared to arteriovenous fistulas, when used as a conduit for hemodialysis.
Arteriovenous malformations most commonly present with intracranial hemorrhage, epilepsy, headache, or focal neurologic deficits (25).
This study examined vein tissue obtained at the time 19 patients underwent surgical creation of arteriovenous fistulas at Boston University.
Brain arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are abnormal, congenital connections between arteries and veins leading to arteriovenous shunting without intervening capillary network of vessels [1].
Arteriovenous malformations of the head and neck: Natural history and management.
Dermatologic manifestations and management of vascular steal syndrome in hemodialysis patients with arteriovenous fistulas.
Keywords: Arteriovenous fistula, Arteriovenous graft, Central venous catheter, Hemodialysis, Vascular access.
Tendency for atherosclerosis, blood pressure levels, heart rate, and size of arteriovenous anastomosis are the other confounding factors that might be affecting the outcome of the study and the authors recommend future researches to study these factors.
Iatrogenic, posttraumatic pelvic pseudoaneurysm and arteriovenous fistula (AVF) is a rare but described complication of pelvic surgery [1].
Arteriovenous anastomosis causes a large amount of the blood flow to be shunted into the superficial venous system because the venous peripheral resistance is significantly lower than the one in the arterial system.
Arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are a rare source of potentially life-threatening uterine bleeding, and should be suspected in patients presenting with metromenorrhagia.
Here, we report a definite case of Osler-Weber-Rendu syndrome who had epistaxis, skin telangiectasia, and pulmonary arteriovenous malformation (PAVM).
Common arteriovenous fistula geometries cause the blood to take sudden path changes and the necessary high flow rates cause elevated shear stress.