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Figure 1: An 18-year-old man underwent embolization of a cavernous sinus. The external (a) and internal (b) carotid artery angiograms showing a dural AVF with multiple arterial feeders from the right middle meningeal artery, as well as a smaller contribution from the right ophthalmic artery. 3 years after the second treatment, the external (c) and internal (d) carotid artery angiograms demonstrating a residual dural fistula with a smaller contribution from the right ophthalmic artery. MRI (e) revealed prominence of the right superior ophthalmic vein

Figure 1: An 18-year-old man underwent embolization of a cavernous sinus. The external (a) and internal (b) carotid artery angiograms showing a dural AVF with multiple arterial feeders from the right middle meningeal artery, as well as a smaller contribution from the right ophthalmic artery. 3 years after the second treatment, the external (c) and internal (d) carotid artery angiograms demonstrating a residual dural fistula with a smaller contribution from the right ophthalmic artery. MRI (e) revealed prominence of the right superior ophthalmic vein