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Arterio-Venous Malformation (AVM) Hemorrhage: Craniotomy, Neuronavigation and Surgical Repair

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Published on Jun 13, 2011

Sade tells the story of two cerebral hemorrhages that threatened her life at the age of 19. Her neurosurgeon, Charles Liu, M.D., removed the clot and saved her life, then monitored her progress with MRIs every two months to isolate the cause and prevent a recurrence. After her second hemorrhage, Dr. Liu found a minute AVM (arterio-venous malformation) and with the help of neuronavigation imaging, tracked it down and eliminated it. For more information, please visit us at uschospitals.com to learn more about the private, USC-owned USC University Hospital, USC Norris Cancer Hospital and The Doctors of USC.

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