Clinical presentation, imaging, and management of complications due to neurointerventional procedures

Academic Article


  • Neurointervention is a rapidly evolving and complex field practiced by clinicians with backgrounds ranging from neurosurgery to radiology, neurology, cardiology, and vascular surgery. New devices, techniques, and clinical applications create exciting opportunities for impacting patient care, but also carry the potential for new iatrogenic injuries. Every step of every neurointerventional procedure carries risk, and a thorough appreciation of potential complications is fundamental to maximizing safety. This article presents the most frequent and dangerous iatrogenic injuries, their presentation, identification, prevention, and management.
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  • Davis MC; Deveikis JP; Harrigan MR
  • Start Page

  • 98
  • End Page

  • 107
  • Volume

  • 32
  • Issue

  • 2