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Just published! Surgical or Endovascular Treatment of MCA Aneurysms: An Agreement Study
Dr. David Volders has published a new article!
Surgical or Endovascular Treatment of MCA Aneurysms: An Agreement Study
W. Boisseau, T.E. Darsaut, R. Fahed, J.M. Findlay, R. Bourcier, G. Charbonnier, S. Smajda, J. Ognard, D. Roy, F. Gariel, A.P. Carlson, E. Shotar, G. Ciccio, G. Marnat, P.B. Sporns, T. Gaberel, V. Jecko, A. Weill, A. Biondi, G. Boulouis, A.L. Bras, S. Aldea, T. Passeri, S. Boissonneau, N. Bougaci, J.C. Gentric, J.D.B. Diestro, A.T. Omar, H.M. Al-Jehani, G. El Hage, David Volders, Z. Kaderali, I. Tsogkas, E. Magro, Q. Holay, J. Zehr, D. Iancu and J. Raymond
Published in the American Journal of Neuroradiology, September 2022.
"MCA aneurysms are still commonly clipped surgically despite the recent development of a number of endovascular tools and techniques. We measured clinical uncertainty by studying the reliability of decisions made for patients with middle cerebral artery (MCA) aneurysms. ..." Read more.
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