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The prevalence of brain AVMs in HHT patients was 10.4% in a large analysis of trials with no significant difference between males and females
Most individuals with a PAVM(s) have Hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia
|Diagnostic clinical criteria|
The clinical diagnosis of HHT is considered:
Note: These diagnostic criteria were established for adults and can be misleading when applied to children.