Safer technique for stroke & aneurysm patients involves unique path to the brain

A new but narrow approach to repairing brain abnormalities uses an unlikely route.

This is a new way to save lives after a stroke or if someone has an aneurysm. It’s a route cardiac surgeons take to fix arteries and valves in the heart.

Now neurosurgeons are following behind and picking up improved safety and quicker recovery rates along the way.

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By: Dina Bair, Katharin Czink