Dr. Zipfel, Dr. Kansagra and Dr. Osbun discuss ruptured and unruptured aneurysm and AVM.
Dr. Wooliscroft presents a case study involving a stroke victim who was transferred to Barnes-Jewish Hospital for additional care.
Dr. Joshua Osbun, Washington University neurosurgeon and neuroradiologist at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, reviews indications and general considerations for endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms. The lecture discusses recent advances ...
Washington University interventional neuroradiologist at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Akash Kansagra, MD, explains ischemic stroke and shows what happens to patients who go untreated compared to those who undergo one of the various treatments.
Washington University neurosurgeon Gregory Zipfel, MD, discusses and demonstrates ways to optimize surgical management of aneurysms. Dr. Zipfel also analyzes therapeutic strategies for improving outcomes after cerebrovascular surgery.
Washington University neurosurgeon Albert Kim, MD, PhD, discusses advanced treatment options for brain tumors, including endoscopic approaches, and eyebrow and eyelid incisions.
Washington University neurosurgeon Ian Dorward, MD, discusses surgical minimally invasive treatments options for a variety of spine conditions.
The Pituitary Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital provides coordinated care for patients with pituitary tumors.
Treatment for normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) at our Neurology & Neurosurgery Center is unique to the region. Patients who have had dementia-like symptoms for years achieve significant improvements in quality of life by draining excess ...
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