Table 1:

Clinical and angiographic characteristics of multiple synchronous DAVSs

Case No.Sex/Age (yr)Initial PresentationLocationBorden TypeSinus PatencyTreatment/Result
1F/53Headache, tinnitus, chemosisCS, leftIIOccluded IPSTAE, TVE/Po
MS, rightIOccluded MSTVE/Co
2M/54Gait disturbanceSS, leftIIOccluded SSTVE/Co
3F/59Aphasia, hemianopsiaSS, leftIINear-occluded TS, leftTAE/Co
TS, rightIPatent TS, rightTAE/Po
4M/42SeizureSS, rightIIIsolated SSTVE/Co
Frontal convexity, leftIIITAE/Co
5M/58HbTS, leftIIPatent TSTVE, Onyx/Co
Jugular bulb, leftIIsolated sinusNone
6M/59ExophthalmosesTS, rightIIPatent TSTAE, TVE/Co
MS, rightIPatent MSTAE, TVE/Co
7M/49Right arm weakness, aphasiaSSSIIPatent SSSNone
TS, rightIPatent TSNone
SS, rightIPatent SSNone
  • Note:—Co indicates complete occlusion; Hb, hemorrhage; IPS, inferior petrosal sinus; Po, partial occlusion; TAE, transarterial embolization; TVE, transvenous embolization.