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  • Clinical and angioarchitectural characteristics of spinal vascular malformations of the cervical spine. [Journal Article]
    J Neurosurg Spine 2020; :1-8Brinjikji W, Colombo E, Lanzino G
  • CONCLUSIONS: This retrospective study of 27 patients with cervical spine vascular malformations is the largest series to date on these lesions. The authors found substantial angioarchitectural heterogeneity with the most common types being intramedullary AVMs followed by epidural AVFs, paraspinal fistulas, and mixed intradural/extradural fistulas. Angioarchitecture dictated the clinical presentation as intradural shunts were more likely to present with hemorrhage and acute onset myelopathy, while dural and extradural shunts presented as either incidental lesions or gradually progressive congestive myelopathy.
  • A Case of Intertwin Membrane Hemorrhage with Spontaneous Resolution. [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Obstet Gynecol 2019; 2019:3757454Criscione L, Elmezzi K, … Hickey K
  • Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy places women at increased risk of spontaneous abortion. Etiologies for threatened and spontaneous abortions have been well studied, but there is little information on intertwin membrane hemorrhage. We present a patient with a multiple gestation pregnancy who experienced first trimester vaginal bleeding with visualization and subsequent rapid resolution of an inte…
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