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Brain arteriovenous malformations (bAVMs) are congenital defects of vasculogenesis, the natural history of which is characterized by a significant morbidity and mortality related to the risk of bleeding. Their management remains challenging, since complete eradication is often difficult. Embolization, surgery, or radiosurgery alone are safe and effective for small unruptured AVMs, while a multidisciplinary approach should be pursued for larger ones. We report a case of intracerebral haemorrhagedoi:10.3269/1970-5492.2022.17.14 doaj:05f555d7545a4f5eb6efb154b23c54eb fatcat:jt3c7yawoza55nfcx6qxrjcgay