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  • initialism medicine ArterioVenous Malformation.

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Examples

  • "What they did determine through some of the testing is that Mike has a congenital tangle of blood vessels right outside his brain that is called arteriovenous malformation, or what we refer to as AVM," Burkholder said.

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  • "What they did determine through some of the testing is that Mike has a congenital tangle of blood vessels right outside his brain that is called arteriovenous malformation, or what we refer to as AVM," Burkholder said.

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  • The AVM is well aware of all these dangers and more, if only from their own experiences of frustration and inability to get to the deep places of spiritual transformation in their own former experiences.

    Deep, Diverse, Difficult: the Long Slow Task of Vulnerable Mission

  • Dr Harries concludes: ‘AVM is seeking missionaries who will follow this example in today’s world.

    Deep, Diverse, Difficult: the Long Slow Task of Vulnerable Mission

  • An interventional radiologist may guide a special wired instrument called a catheter through an artery in the upper part of the child's leg up to the area where the ruptured aneurysm or AVM is located.

    Hemorrhagic Stroke

  • Arteriovenous malformation (AVM): An AVM is a tangled group of abnormally formed blood vessels.

    Hemorrhagic Stroke

  • The AVM is seeking to encourage Western people to engage in long-term Christian mission according to these twin principles: using the language of the people being reached, and without foreign subsidy to one’s Christian ministry.

    Deep, Diverse, Difficult: the Long Slow Task of Vulnerable Mission

  • Johnson's condition, also known as AVM, causes arteries and veins to grow abnormally large and become tangled.

    Daimnation!: Get well soon, Senator Johnson

  • Johnson's condition, also known as AVM, or arteriovenous malformation, causes arteries and veins to grow abnormally large and become tangled.

    12/14/2006

  • In that area, what it sounds like now -- and Dana Bash actually just confirming this a few minutes ago -- that an AVM, which is a cluster, a tangle, if you will, of arteries and veins growing close together, bled.

    CNN Transcript Dec 14, 2006

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