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Figure 2 (A-F): Percutaneous embolization of Scalp AVM - 34-year-old female patient with history of pulsatile swelling on her forehead. DSA images of Left ICA (A) and Left ECA (B) shows forehead AVM with feeders from the supraorbital branch of ophthalmic artery and branches from superficial temporal artery (STA). (C) Photograph showing percutaneous direct puncture of the AVM and glue embolization. (D, E) Radiograph shows glue cast (white arrow) conforming to the AVM. (F) Postemoblization angiogram shows no residual AVM. Courtesy: Dr Uday Limaye, INR Division, KEMH, Mumbai

Figure 2 (A-F): Percutaneous embolization of Scalp AVM - 34-year-old female patient with history of pulsatile swelling on her forehead. DSA images of Left ICA (A) and Left ECA (B) shows forehead AVM with feeders from the supraorbital branch of ophthalmic artery and branches from superficial temporal artery (STA). (C) Photograph showing percutaneous direct puncture of the AVM and glue embolization. (D, E) Radiograph shows glue cast (white arrow) conforming to the AVM. (F) Postemoblization angiogram shows no residual AVM. Courtesy: Dr Uday Limaye, INR Division, KEMH, Mumbai