When treating an ACom aneurysms, knowing what kind of aneurysm it is can have an impact on how you choose to treat and the outcome of your treatment. As Prof. Laurent Spelle says “If you don’t succeed, it is probably because you don’t understand” and in this first LINNC Masterclass, Professors Jacques Moret and Laurent Spelle provide the foundations for understanding successful flow diversion in carefully chosen clinical settings.
How would you routinely treat ACom aneurysms? Flow diverters?
How are outcomes affected by the difference in size between the two A1 arteries?
Should you cover the neck of the aneurysm when you flow divert? Beyond the true flow diverter effect, how does changing the angle of the arterial complex affect the long-term effectiveness of the treatment? When deploying a flow diverter along a curve, what does it mean “to be balanced” and why is this important?
How long does it take for an aneurysm to disappear after using flow diversion? Do you know how to use the radial rather than femoral approach in flow diversion?
In Case 3, you’ll see how…following step by step in the cath lab with a special guest operator - an international expert with experience in using the radial approach.
Join Professors Moret and Spelle along with their panel of international experts as they explore each of the specially chosen cases to provide insight and broadening our understanding of Acom aneurysms and their management.