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Figure 3 (A-F): Embolization of Facial AVM. A 24-year-old female presented with facial disfigurement on the right side and bleeding from pinna with previous history of surgery for facial AVM. (A) Reformatted CT angiography, (B) Volume rendered (VR) image shows extensive soft tissue AVM with tortuous dilated vascular channels. DSA images of Right ICA (C) and Vertebral artery (D) show feeders from the ophthalmic artery and cervical branches of the vertebral artery (white arrow). Note the ligated right ECA stump (arrowhead). (E) Surgical dissection of superficial temporal artery was done to gain vascular access (arrow) and embolized using onyx injection (F) Radiograph shows the cast of onyx (dotted arrow) conforming to the AVM feeder that was embolized

Figure 3 (A-F): Embolization of Facial AVM. A 24-year-old female presented with facial disfigurement on the right side and bleeding from pinna with previous history of surgery for facial AVM. (A) Reformatted CT angiography, (B) Volume rendered (VR) image shows extensive soft tissue AVM with tortuous dilated vascular channels. DSA images of Right ICA (C) and Vertebral artery (D) show feeders from the ophthalmic artery and cervical branches of the vertebral artery (white arrow). Note the ligated right ECA stump (arrowhead). (E) Surgical dissection of superficial temporal artery was done to gain vascular access (arrow) and embolized using onyx injection (F) Radiograph shows the cast of onyx (dotted arrow) conforming to the AVM feeder that was embolized