Why Choose Florida Hospital?
An arteriovenous malformation (AVM) consists of tangled arteries and veins in the brain or on the spinal cord. AVMs often cause few symptoms, but a cerebral arteriovenous malformation may cut off blood and oxygen to brain cells and possibly rupture. The skilled physicians and health care professionals at the Florida Hospital Neuroscience Institute specialize in the most advanced treatments for arteriovenous malformation including the non-invasive Leksell Gamma Knife© 4C. Each year, these nationally recognized leaders in neuroscience help many patients with disorders of the nervous system achieve successful outcomes. People with symptoms of AVM are encouraged to seek an early consultation with the physicians at the Florida Hospital Neuroscience Institute.