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Figure 2: (a and b) Arteriovenous malformation with high-flow fistula in the right parietal lobe with feeders from (a) the right middle cerebral artery and (b) posterior cerebral artery. (c) Obstruction of both the transverse-sigmoid sinuses. (d) High venous pressure causes diffuse engorgement of cortical veins engorgement including the vein of Trolard (long arrow), the vein of Labbé (arrow heads), and the superior ophthalmic vein (short arrow)

Figure 2: (a and b) Arteriovenous malformation with high-flow fistula in the right parietal lobe with feeders from (a) the right middle cerebral artery and (b) posterior cerebral artery. (c) Obstruction of both the transverse-sigmoid sinuses. (d) High venous pressure causes diffuse engorgement of cortical veins engorgement including the vein of Trolard (long arrow), the vein of Labbé (arrow heads), and the superior ophthalmic vein (short arrow)