Endovascular Neurosurgery Intracranial Brain Aneurysm

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Endovascular Neurosurgery Intracranial Brain Aneurysm

Endovascular neurosurgery is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat intracranial brain aneurysms. Instead of open surgery, this technique involves accessing the aneurysm through a catheter inserted into an artery, typically in the groin, and guiding it to the site of the aneurysm.

Once in position, a variety of endovascular devices, such as coils or stents, are used to block blood flow to the aneurysm, preventing it from rupturing or causing further complications. This less invasive approach reduces the risks associated with traditional surgery, offers quicker recovery times, and can be an effective treatment option for select cases of intracranial brain aneurysms.