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Patients with AVMs undergoing total joint arthroplasty are at high risk for which complication?
A 27-year old female presents with occasional pain and swelling of the left knee with no history of trauma. The knee always feels full and the swelling never completely resolves. She has had a history of a joint aspiration in the Emergency Room in the past which was found to be mostly blood. What important issue has the largest impact regarding orthopedic prognosis for her knee?
FAVA (fibro-adipose vascular anomaly) has been found have the most predictable results with what treatment modality?
What is the most likely devastating orthopedic sequelae of intra-articular involvement of a vascular lesion?
What is the earliest orthopedic symptom of a vascular lesion?
What strategies for managing patients with orthopedic manifestions of vascular malformations will be as successful as possible?
How is limb length discrepancy best managed?
What is the first line of treatment once a vascular phenomenon has been determined to be the cause of the patient’s orthopedic issues?
In preparation for scoliosis surgery for spine deformity caused by a vascular malformation, what would a work up include?
Which lesion type will most often lead to a limb amputation as part of definitive treatment?