Table 2:

Clinical and angiographic characteristics of multiple metachronous DAVSs

Case NoSex/Age (yr)Initial Presentation (1)/De Novo Lesion Presentation (2)LocationBorden TypeTime Interval (months)Sinus PatencyTreatment/Result
8F/681) Eyeball pain, ptosisCS, leftIIOccluded SSTAE/Co
2) Hb, delayed HbSS, leftII17Recanalized SSTAE, burr-hole/Co
9F/561) Eyeball pain, pulsatile tinnitusCS, rightIOccluded IPS after TVETVE/Co
2) Pulsatile tinnitusMS, leftI17Occluded IPSTVE/Co
10M/171) HbTS, rightIIPatent torcularTAE, TVE, GKS/Po
2) Aggravated headacheTorcularII50Occluded torcularOnyx/Po
11M/11) Developmental delayFalcine sinusIIPatent torcularTAE/Co
2) Routine follow-upTorcularII12Occluded torcularTAE, Onyx/Co
12M/281) SeizureSSSIIOccluded TSTAE, TVE/Po
2) Right leg weakness (delayed Hb)aTS, leftI92Recanalized TSTAE/Po
13M/581) Gait disturbance, memory dysfunctionSSSIIPatent TSTAE, burr-hole/Co
2) Routine follow-upTS, rightI20Patent TSTAE/Co
14F/231) BruitTS, bothII/IIPatent TSTAE, TVE/Po
2) Routine follow-upTS, leftII12Stenotic TS, leftTAE, TVE/Po
  • Note:—Co indicates complete occlusion; GKS, gamma knife surgery; Hb, hemorrhage; IPS, inferior petrosal sinus; Po, partial occlusion; TAE, transarterial embolization; TVE, transvenous embolization.

  • a Intraventricular hemorrhage probably associated to partially treated lesions.