Durale arterioveneuze fistel

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Durale arterioveneuze fistels zijn directe verbindingen tussen slagaders en aders in de dura mater (de envelope dat het centrale zenuwstelsel omvat ).
Wanneer deze fistel zich in het hoofd bevindt, kan dit zich presenteren onder vorm van oorsuizingen, duizeligheid, hoofdpijn , of symptomen rond één oog , zoals dubbelzien, rood oog of uitstulping van een oogbol .
Bij een fistel in de wervelkolom is het meest frequente symptom een progressieve zwakte van de benen.
Uitschakeling van deze fistel kan chirurgisch of door endovasculaire embolisatie gebeuren.

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Dural arteriovenous fistulas are direct connections between arteries and veins within the dura mater (the tissue which covers the central nervous system). Symptoms may include tinnitus, dizziness, headache, or symptoms around one eye, such as cranial nerve palsies or protrusion of an eyeball. In the case of a spinal fistula are the most common symptoms are progressive weakness of the legs. Even non-symptomatic fistulas may include a risk of bleeding. The hemorrhage can occur into the brain or into the spaces outside the brain. Treatment is by operative disconnection of the fistula or by endovascular embolization.

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Dural arteriovenous fistulas are direct connections between arteries and veins within the dura mater (the tissue which covers the central nervous system). Symptoms may include tinnitus, dizziness, headache, or symptoms around one eye, such as cranial nerve palsies or protrusion of an eyeball. In the case of a spinal fistula are the most common symptoms are progressive weakness of the legs. Even non-symptomatic fistulas may include a risk of bleeding. The hemorrhage can occur into the brain or into the spaces outside the brain. Treatment is by operative disconnection of the fistula or by endovascular embolization.

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Dural arteriovenous fistulas are direct connections between arteries and veins within the dura mater (the tissue which covers the central nervous system). Symptoms may include tinnitus, dizziness, headache, or symptoms around one eye, such as cranial nerve palsies or protrusion of an eyeball. In the case of a spinal fistula are the most common symptoms are progressive weakness of the legs. Even non-symptomatic fistulas may include a risk of bleeding. The hemorrhage can occur into the brain or into the spaces outside the brain. Treatment is by operative disconnection of the fistula or by endovascular embolization.

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