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Endovascular Neurosurgery

“Inside the blood vessel”

That’s what the fancy medical word “endovascular” means. Essentially, it’s an advanced and highly precise type of surgery that’s doing wonders for patients suffering from aneurysms among other disorders. Don’t be alarmed if your doctor recommends endovascular neurosurgery. It’s good news. The procedure is a less invasive option to traditional surgery. One of our neurosurgeons will use small tools to navigate inside your blood vessels to treat diseases and repair damage. Your recovery time will be much shorter and the risk of complications is very low.

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