Summary of the patients with dural AVF developing at different locations after resolution of previous fistulae

Reported CasesAge (yr), SexLocation of Initial Dural AVF Interval and Treatment*Location of Second Dural AVFSinus Occlusion
Nakagawa et al, 1992 (9)43, Fleft CS → 5 months after TVE → left TSS− → +
Yamashita et al, 1993 (10)54, Fleft CS → 12 months after TVE → left TSSNA → +
Kubota et al, 1999 (7)43, Fleft CS → 3 months after TVE → left TSSNA → +
Presented case 163, Mleft CS → 3 months after TVE → left TSS− → +
Presented case 258, Mleft SPS → 6 months after TVE → left TSS− → +
Presented case 358, Fleft CS → 6 months after MM → left TSS− → +
  • Note.—CS, cavernous sinus; TVE, transvenous embolization; TSS, transverse-sigmoid sinus; NA, not available; SPS, superior petrosal sinus; MM, manual Matas maneuver.

  • * Interval and treatment indicates the interval between the resolution of the initial dural AVF and the appearance of second lesions and the treatment administered for the initial lesion.