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Stenting Procedure for Sinus Stenosis with Transverse-Sigmoid Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas: Case Report

By S. Fukumoto, T. Ueda, K. Igase, S. Ohue, Y. Kumon and T. Ohnishi

Abstract

We reported the dural AVF case with sinus stenosis, that was entirely treated through the stenting procedure. 61-year-old male had been realizing the attack which causes bilateral visual problem. He would have suffered from the intracranial hypertension caused by dural AVF in the right transverse sinus and left transverse sinus stenosis. We performed TVE and sinus stenting, then used the antiplatelet and the anticoagulant. However, six months later, he suffered from SAH due to recurrence of dural AVF. We performed TVE again, denser packing than usual. Two years later, he have no symptom, angiographically, there was no recurrence of dural AVF and patency of stented sinus

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