Study Finds Little Risk and Much Benefit in ‘Gluing’ Blood Vessels Before Surgery

Study Finds Little Risk and Much Benefit in ‘Gluing’ Blood Vessels Before Surgery

A cerebral arteriovenous malformation (AVM) is a rare tangle of blood vessels in the brain that carries a high risk of hemorrhage. Brain surgeons have found that “gluing” or blocking off the blood supply to these malformations before surgery cuts down on...
Summer 2016: Highlights from CU Neurosurgery

Summer 2016: Highlights from CU Neurosurgery

For most, summer is a time for enjoyment. Perhaps you’ve rejoiced in a recent graduation, a vacation on the horizon or just the warm, beach-perfect weather. Here at Columbia University Medical Center/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, our summer has kicked off with...
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