interventional neuroradiology

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interventional neuroradiology

A subspecialty of neuroradiology in which minimally invasive therapy can be effected by advancing various devices within a blood vessel to a point of a previously identified lesion–eg, an intracranial aneurysm. Cf Clipping, Trapping.
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Credit for these great accomplishments must be given to the community of stroke neurologists and neurointerventionalists," said Jovin "As President of SVIN, it has been particularity gratifying to note the high number of SVIN Board members who have played leadership roles in these important endovascular trials.
Being located next to the RVI's Emergency Department and the Regional Neurosciences Centre means that expert stroke specialists, neuroradiologists and neurointerventionalists can carry out rapid assessment using state of the art brain imaging - essential when every second counts.
With the help of advanced imaging for guidance, neurointerventionalists or neurosurgeons use microcatheters (tiny tubes) to treat many complex disorders.
They are paying increasingly lavish amounts to recruit neurointerventionalists so they can be high-end tertiary care centers.
This technique allows neurointerventionalists to deliver tPA directly to the site of a stroke victim's blockage and/or to use a variety of other procedures to remove the clot.
The Outreach Distal Access Catheter provides neurointerventionalists additional access and support options during minimally invasive procedures in the brain.
Representatives of six professional societies, including cardiologists, interventional radiologists, neurointerventionalists, and a neurologist, composed the 15-member writing committee.
The neurointerventionalists will work as part of a team with neurologists and neurosurgeons at Good Samaritan Hospital to diagnose, treat, and coordinate rehabilitative care for stroke patients.
Stronger coverage by neurointerventionalists, increased patient awareness and faster development of comprehensive stroke center capabilities are all key components to ensuring these patients have access to high quality stroke care, including the Merci Retrieval System.
Expressly engineered to treat patients suffering from ischemic stroke through microcatheter-based flow restoration and clot extraction, MindFrame Capture LP allows neurointerventionalists to achieve successful procedural and clinical outcomes for patients.
The DAC provides neurointerventionalists easier distal access and enhanced support during minimally invasive procedures in the brain.