New study decodes brain arteriovenous malformations in the Asian population

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Brain arteriovenous malformation (AVM) is the abnormal entanglement of arteries and veins in the brain, which disrupts the normal flow of blood and can lead to hemorrhage, seizures, and neurological impairment in affected individuals.

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