Neurointervention is a word used to describe a treatment approach to conditions that occur within the vessels of the brain or within the spinal cavity. Utilized in place of more invasive procedures which require opening the skull or exposing the spinal column, neurointerventional procedures are minimally invasive, meaning they can be accomplished through tiny incisions no bigger than the size of a nickel. In the case of conditions affecting the brain, practitioners first insert a catheter, resembling a long tube, into the groin and then thread it up through the vessels to the problem site

Related Journals On Neurointereventions

Journal Of Neurointreventions, Archive of Neurointereventions, American Journal of Neuroradiology, Journal of Neurointerventional Surgery, Journal of Pediatric Neuroradiology

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