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Our inaugural #tweetorial on #DangerousAnastomoses is READY for the #NeuroEndovascularFellows. We will discuss the HIGH YIELD POINTS.We hope this serves as a springboard for collaborative learning amongst NIR fellows. Please tweet interesting/classic cases. We hope you enjoy.
@AmeerEHassan @DanTonettiMD @DrJeremyStoneMD @svinsociety @SNISinfo @BrianHoward_MD @youngneuros @eytanraz @AshuPJadhav @shazamhussain (1/15)As a fellow, it’s crucial to understand the collateral circulation between the intracranial(IC)and extracranial(EC) territories, especially when we are embolizing for the first time to avoid complications such as embolic stroke or even cranial nerve palsies.
@AmeerEHassan @DanTonettiMD @DrJeremyStoneMD @svinsociety @SNISinfo @BrianHoward_MD @youngneuros @eytanraz @AshuPJadhav @shazamhussain (2/15)Always remember 3 main regions of potential anastomotic routes between the EC/IC arteries when you embolize or “CROP”:
1. (C)ervical (R)egion 2. (O)rbital 3.(P)etrocavernous.
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