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Endovascular Techniques in the Management of Cerebrovascular Disease

ISBN 9781841846071
Published September 24, 2008 by CRC Press
216 Pages 300 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Direct from the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Endovascular Techniques in the Management of Cerebrovascular Disease is intended for neurologists, neurosurgery fellows-in training, and practicing clinicians with an interest in endovascular procedures. This essential volume:

  • Reviews equipment, devices, and therapeutic agents such as anti-coagulants and thrombolytics
  • Describes the clinical management of ischemic cerebrovascular disease, including thrombectomy and stenting
  • Examines hemorrhagic CVD and discusses aneurysms, subarachnoid hemorrhage, and vascular malformations
  • Explains cutting-edge techniques related to occlusive cerebrovascular disease, arteriovenous malformation, and other extra- and intracranial cerebrovascular diseases

Table of Contents

Imaging: informed decision-making; Bryson Borg, David Fiorella and Thomas J Masaryk

The angiography suite: diagnostic devices and maneuvers; David Fiorella and Thomas J Masaryk

Therapeutic options: pharmacology; David Fiorella and Vivek A Gonugunta

Embolic agents and materials, stents, delivery systems and retrieval devices; David Fiorella and Raymond D Turner IV

The role of endovascular therapies in acute ischemic stroke; Thomas J Masaryk, Shaye Moskowitz and Irene Katzan

Subacute and elective revascularization of the cerebral vasculature; Thomas J Masaryk, Irene Katzan and David Fiorella

Intracranial aneurysms and subarachnoid hemorrhage; Michael E Kelly, Peter A Rasmussen and Thomas J Masaryk

Vascular malformations; Henry Woo, David Fiorella, Michael E Kelly and Thomas J Masaryk

Venous disease: dural sinus thrombosis and occlusion; Raymond D Turner IV and Thomas J Masaryk

The decision-making process: treatment planning for cerebrovascular disease; Peter A Rasmussen

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