Treatment of side wall aneurysms, IV thrombolysis for stroke

Vitor Mendes-Pereira, Canada, shares his experience on the treatment of side wall aneurysms and when to choose flow diverters over stents and coils. He also gives his opinion on the use of IV tPA for acute ischemic stroke and the randomised controlled trial on that matter which he has been working on.

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11:20:00 am An elegant way to treat a left sylvian trifurcation aneurysm with radial access using the RIST

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10:10:00 am A giant T-carotid aneurysm: is the solution flow-diversion? But, if so, how do we place the flow diverter?

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9:10:00 am A right bifurcation MCA aneurysm, eccentric to a dividing branch: demonstration of single braided stenting with a jailed microcatheter f...

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8:00:00 am It is 2:20 am and the patient arrives in the angio suite 9.5 hours after the start of a stroke presenting with a complete occlusion of t...

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6:10:00 pm A wake-up stroke in a young woman with a distal occlusion: how can we make the right decision that is of value for the patient?