Patient and AVM characteristics, treatment data, and anatomic outcome

Pt No.Sex/AgePresentationAVMEmbolizationRadiosurgeryOutcome
SM Grade (I–IV)Size (cm)LocationSessions (n)Onyx Volume (mL)Delay* (month)Volume Radiated (mL)
1M/35HemorrhageI1.1 × 0.7Parietal10.2560.6CO
2F/45AsymptomaticI1.2 × 0.8Temporal10.45120.5CO
3F/55HemorrhageI1.3 × 1.2Frontal11.0160.6RN
4M/28HemorrhageII2.5 × 2.0Frontal40.6581.2CO
5F/15AsymptomaticII2.0 × 1.2Temporal42.65360.9Ongoing
6F/12SM deficitII2.0 × 1.3Frontal23.283.0Ongoing
7M/42HemianopsiaII2.0 × 1.0Frontal33.3560.9CO
8M/50AsymptomaticII3.8 × 2.7Temporal55.072.9RN
9M/28EpilepsyII4.2 × 2.5Frontal78.7565.2Ongoing
10F/10EpilepsyII3.2 × 1.5Frontal52.4571.1CO
11F/39Motor deficitIII3.3 × 1.7Frontal21.757.8CO
12M/29EpilepsyIII3.9 × 2.7Frontal54.4563.2RN
13F/26EpilepsyIII3.1 × 2.0Frontal55.9580.7RN
14M/41HemorrhageIII3.7 × 1.1Corpus callosum54.586.7CO
15M/25EpilepsyIII3.9 × 2.5Temporal812.884.9RN
16F/45HemorrhageIV3.4 × 1.9Temporal33.5125.5CO
17M/23HemorrhageIV4.0 × 2.4Frontal35.267.9RN
18F/37EpilepsyIV4.1 × 1.9Frontal56.565.3CO
19F/31HemorrhageIV3.2 × 2.3Thalamus43.312.9RN
20F/49HemorrhageIV3.9 × 2.8Frontal412.3312.1CO
  • Note:—F indicates female; M, male; SM Spetzler-Martin grade; CO, complete occlusion; RN, residual nidus.

  • * Delay between embolization and radiosurgery.