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Tutorials in Endovascular Neurosurgery and Interventional Neuroradiology

Springer (Verlag)
2. Auflage
Erschienen am 12. Juni 2017
XVIII, 421 Seiten
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978-3-319-54835-7 (ISBN)
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The new edition of this book updates an established text written for trainees and practicing endovascular therapists.The content is based on the curriculum of the Endovascular Neurosurgery MSc degree course at Oxford University and its tutorial system of teaching. The tutorial is a learning episode focused on a particular topic. The book is presented as a series

of tutorials, which introduces and guides students through background literature, highlights relevant research data, and provides insights on treatments from an experienced practitioner. Each tutorial covers a different topic to provide a complete review of the subspecialty and its theoretical basis. It is intended to equip the reader with a foundation of knowledge on which to build their clinical practice and a reference base for further study. Its practical approach to endovascular therapy will help the reader to understand recent developments in this rapidly expanding field of medicine.

"This update of a general and comprehensive introduction to endovascular neurosurgery and interventional neuroradiology begins with embryology and ends with the latest technological advances. . Residents and fellows in training are the intended audience. This material is also suitable for young faculty members who would like to have a good overview of the subspecialty. . With its focus on the basics, this book provides a different, needed perspective." (Ali Alaraj, Doody's Book Reviews, October, 2017)

James Byrne is Professor of Neuroradiology at the University of Oxford and Director of its MSc course in Endovascular Neurosurgery. He recently retired from clinical practice as Consultant Neuroradiologist to the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

He trained in Neuroradiology at The National Hospital for Nervous Diseases, London and completed his MD degree thesis on the role of nitric oxide in cerebral vasospasm. He was first appointed Consultant Neuroradiologist at St George's Hospital, London and moved to Oxford in 1991. His research interests include functional angiography and Interventional Neuroradiology. After moving to Oxford, he set up a laboratory to develop and test novel embolisation devices. He performed the first intracranial aneurysm treatments with the GDC device in the EU and trained the first European users. He has written over 100 peer-reviewed journal publications, 3 books and presented at numerous international scientific meetings. He organizes the successful ECMINT training program courses.

His international experience includes; Editor-in-Chief of NEURORADIOLOGY and currently the European Journal of Radiology, President of the European Society of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy and membership of the European Union Medical Specialties task force on training in Endovascular Neurosurgery. He serves on several professional international and national Society executive committees and as a specialist advisor to commercial and Government boards.

1 Embryology of the Cranial Circulation

2 Cranial Arterial Anatomy

3 Cranial Venous Anatomy

4 Spinal Vascular Anatomy

5 Control of Cerebral Blood Flow

6 Control of Intravascular Thrombosis

7 Cranial Anastomoses and Dangerous Vascular Connections

8 Arterial Aneurysms

9 Vascular Malformations of the Brain

10 Cranial Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas

11 Endovascular Management of Carotid Cavernous

12 Vein of Galen and Non-Galenic Cerebral

Arteriovenous Fistulas

13 Vascular Malformations of the Spinal Cord

14 Head and Neck Vascular Lesions

15 Embolisation of Intracranial and Skull Base Tumours

16 Embolisation for Epistaxis

17 Re-establishing Blood Flow After

18 Embolic Agents

19 Angioplasty and Stenting for Cranial Vessel Stenosis

20 Embolisation, Vertebroplasty and Chemonucleolysis of Spinal Lesions

21 Complic


22 Obtaining the Patient's Consent

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