Clinical Gastroenterology Journal

ISSN: 2952-8518

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Splenic Abscess is a Rare Complication of Gastric Arteriovenous Malformation Management


Mahmoud Moubark

Background: In the last decade, newly development of endovascular techniques gives good chance in the treatment of GIT vascular malformations. As the frequency of its use is increasing progressively, we in this study analyze the short- and mid-term radiological and clinical outcomes of a case with gastric arteriovenous malformation treated endovascular. Conclusion: Gastric AVM is rare, and its management depends on the size and extent of the lesion. We assume that the use of histoacryl in the treatment of AVM carries significant risk unlike dealing with direct AV fistula. It is safer to use coils to embolize the feeding artery


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