Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) in the brain - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:178495723
Upload date:August 26, 2013


'Intraoperative photograph of the right frontal and temporal lobes. The frontal lobe is located left to the pink vein running north south, and the temporal lobe is located to the right of that pink vein.The normal color of a vein in the brain is dark burgundy and that pink vein is pink because it is draining an arteriovenous malformation (AVM) of the frontal lobe. There is a direct communication between arteries and veins in AVM, therefore that vein is actually carrying the arterial blood. AVM can cause brain hemorrhage, as in this picture, the yellowish area of the frontal lobe represents the previoius hemorrhage. The patient (young girl) underwent surgery and had her AVM removed.'
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