Spontaneous Superficial Arteriovenous Malformation causing Pulsatile
Tinnitus: A Case Report
Arteriovenous fistulae (AVF) of the head and neck region are extremely
rare, especially those that occur spontaneously. We present the case of
a 58 year old female with a spontaneous postauricular AVF causing
troublesome pulsatile tinnitus. In this case a simple surgical procedure
completely cured the patient of her symptoms.