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Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) in the Brain 

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medical illustration of An AVM is an abnormal tangle of blood vessels that bypasses the capillary system and connects arteries directly to veins. This visualization depicts a medium-sized AVM located on the surface of the frontal lobe. Cognition used a simple, hand drawn approach to introduce the viewer to the anatomy and pathology of a brain AVM. Created with graphite on paper and Adobe Photoshop.
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An AVM is an abnormal tangle of blood vessels that bypasses the capillary system and connects arteries directly to veins. This visualization depicts a medium-sized AVM located on the surface of the frontal lobe. Cognition used a simple, hand drawn approach to introduce the viewer to the anatomy and pathology of a brain AVM. Created with graphite on paper and Adobe Photoshop.

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