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First edition (2016)
A volume of 144 pages with 63 b/w and colour figures and 8 tables
Vascular neurosurgery in general, and surgery of intracranial aneurisms in particular, have always been perceived as being among the most challenging, but also most rewarding, branches of neurosurgery. Over the past few years, innovations and refinements in microneurosurgery, endovascular techniques and periprocedural adjuncts have resulted in a dramatic outcome improvement.
Nowadays, treatment of intracranial aneurysms can be performed with very low morbidity and mortality rates. In order to consistently achieve the best outcomes possible, careful patient selection, individualized treatment and superb clinical and technical skills are required. This book is intended as an updated review of the current management of these challenging lesions, with an eye to decision-making, and to basic and advanced microsurgical and endovascular techniques.
Trials and tribulations: an evidence-based approach to aneurysm treatment
Anatomical considerations in the treatment of intracranial aneurysms
Clean, fast and preserving normal anatomy: “the Helsinki revolution” in microneurosurgery
Retractorless surgery for intracranial
The role of extra- and intracranial bypass in the treatment of complex aneurysms
Clipping techniques in cerebral aneurysm surgery
Prevention of ischemic complications during aneurysm surgery
Endovascular techniques and devices for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms: a review of neurointerventional outcomes
Newer endovascular tools: a review of experimental and clinical aspects