Author(s): Mallayya Pujari, Shraddha Bahirwani, Balaji P, Rachna Kaul, Bina Shah
The intracranial arterial or AVMs most commonly present in the head and neck region are usually overlooked when present at birt h owing to their innocent appearance. Associated important clinical signs are warmth a palpable thrill and a bruit. They may also be as sociated with complications, like ischemic changes, indolent ulceration, pain and bleeding. Here, we present a case of AVM of tongue in a 27- year-old male patient which was diagnosed based upon his oral lesions.