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Cohort, N= 279 All spinal angiograms completed from 1995-2010 (n=254), and consecutive patients from 2008-09 (n=25) presenting with a new myelopathy. Figure e-1 : Patient flowchart for arteriovenous fistula (AVF).

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Cohort, N= 279

All spinal angiograms completed from 1995-2010 (n=254), and consecutive patients from 2008-09 (n=25) presenting with a new myelopathy

Figure e-1: Patient flowchart for arteriovenous fistula (AVF)

Repeat angiogram for single patient, angiogram completed not to evaluate a myelopathy, no MRI was available for review, or no definitive diagnosis made

Excluded

n=211

Cases, n=36

Angiographically diagnosed AVF, n=35

Surgically diagnosed AVF, n=1

Controls, n=32

No SAVF found on angiogram (n=26)

Presence of another definitive diagnosis for myelopathy (n=8)*

*All patients had an inflammatory CSF. There were three cases with positive AQP4 antibodies diagnostic of NMO, two cases of opticospinal multiple sclerosis, one case with autopsy evidence of hepatitis C virus myelitis, one case of idiopathic transverse myelitis (patient had complete symptom resolution with steroids and no recurrence for three years), and one case of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis.

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