LARGE CEREBRAL ARTERIO VENOUS MALFORMATION (AVM)
This 23 years old college going student presented with repeated episodes of convulsions. The MRI scan of the brain raised a suspicion of an AVM. There was no brain hemorrhage. The cerebral angiography showed a large AVM. This was embolised by my neuroradiologist colleague. The residual AVM was later excised completely by microsurgical techniques. The patient made uneventful recovery without any neurological recovery. However, his anticonvulsant medicines continued.