Arterial-venous fistulas are abnormal blood vessels which can be closed with stainless steel coils.
Surgery is something that may become needed when none of the catheter-based procedures are effective, or would be. Surgery may relieve the symptoms the person experiences, yet may not cause their blood to flow normally. Examples of surgery that relieves symptoms but does not fix the underlying problem can include:
There are also forms of surgery that can be used in order to improve the person's condition, yet do not completely repair the person's heart. These forms of surgery include:
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