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The purpose of this case study is to describe the methods of treatment and outcomes for a patient with a thoracic AVM presenting with spinal cord symptoms mimicking Brown-Sequard syndrome, by focusing on the primary impairments and improving functional mobility.

Publication Date

Summer 2018


St. Augustine, FL


Arteriovenous Malformations, Spinal Cord Diseases, Physical Therapy Modalities, Brown-Sequard Syndrome


Physical Therapy


Presented at the Summer 2018 Research Day on the St. Augustine, FL, campus of the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.


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Post-Surgical Resection of T7-10 AV Malformation Mimics Brown-Sequard: A Case Report



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