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Patients' symptoms improved following 15 of these procedures but early improvement was not sustained in 10 instances. 26 Follow-up angiography was performed at varying intervals after 15 of the 18 procedures, and recanalization of the previously obliterated fistula was demonstrated in 13 instances. The average time to treatment failure was 5 months. The authors concluded, while embolization may allow angiographic obliteration of a Type I dAVF and early clinical improvement, for the majority of patients these are not sustained.