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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Neurosurgery Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search AboutAbout News Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Contact Us Giving PeoplePeople Clinical Faculty Research Faculty Affiliated Faculty Fellows Residents Advanced Practice Providers Administration Patient CarePatient Care Aneurysms/Vascular Brain Tumors Chiari Malformation / Syringomyelia Epilepsy Hydrocephalus Movement Disorders Pain Pediatrics Peripheral Nerve Spine ResearchResearch Laboratories Clinical TrialsClinical Trials Trials with Outpatient EnrollmentTrials with Outpatient Enrollment Outpatient – Pediatric Outpatient-Spine and Peripheral Nerve Outpatient – Epilepsy and Functional Outpatient-Vascular Outpatient-Oncology Trials with Inpatient EnrollmentTrials with Inpatient Enrollment Inpatient – Oncology Inpatient – Vascular Inpatient- Pediatric Inpatient-Spine and Peripheral Nerve NeurotechnologyNeurotechnology Center for Innovation in Neuroscience and Technology (CINT) NEURO360 EducationEducation Residency Program Fellowship ProgramsFellowship Programs Advanced Surgical Neuro-oncology Fellowship Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology Fellowship Pediatric Neurosurgery Fellowship Neurosurgical Peripheral Nerve and Spine Fellowship Neurosurgical Complex Spine Fellowship Stereotactic, Functional and Epilepsy Surgery Fellowship Third-year Clerkship Diversity Sub-internship Funding Medical Student Research Opportunities Fourth-year Sub-internship Learning Environment Life Outside the Hospital Join Our Team AppointmentsAppointments Patient imaging Patient forms Open Search Spinal Vascular Disorders What are spinal vascular disorders? Call 314-362-3577 for Patient Appointments Spinal vascular malformations are abnormalities of blood vessels (arteries and veins) in or adjacent to the spinal cord. These malformations may consist of abnormal connections between arteries and veins (arteriovenous fistulas) or collections of abnormal vessels (arteriovenous malformations). The lesions may cause reversible or permanent dysfunction, affecting strength and/or sensation. They also can spontaneously cause immediate life-threatening symptoms related to bleeding or may cause slow deterioration over long periods of time. Our Experts Locations Clinical Trials Why rely on Washington University experts for the treatment of spinal vascular disorders? Washington University neurosurgeons provide comprehensive treatment for all vascular disorders of the spine and spinal cord. They work together with neurointerventional radiologists to provide both open surgical treatment and endovascular embolization. Spinal vascular disorder treatments Vascular disorders of the spinal cord are often quite difficult to diagnose with conventional MRI, and typically require angiography (specialized imaging of the blood vessels). While rare, spinal neurosurgeons have extensive experience in treating this condition. A multidisciplinary team of neurosurgeons, neurologists, and neuroradiologists at Washington University works together to diagnose and manage these disorders.  Our experts have multiple options available for treatment depending on your individual vascular lesion location and lesion type. Treatment may involve surgery, endovascular embolization, radiation therapy or a combination treatments. The type of treatment you have depends largely on the location and size of the arteriovenous malformation (AVM). Conditions Treated Arteriovenous malformation (AVM)Arteriovenous fistula (AVF)Cavernous angiomasSpinal aneurysms Department of NeurosurgeryWashington University School of Medicine660 South Euclid AvenueCampus Box 8057St. Louis, MO 63110314-362-3570Contact Us Instagram Twitter YouTube Information Refer a patient Clinical faculty directory Locations Giving Careers Faculty job openings Staff job openings Patients MyChart Patient forms Patient imaging ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis

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