Dr. Connolly & Dr. Solomon Discuss Pros & Cons of Incidental Aneurysm Treatment in AANS Neurosurgeon
An article by Dr. E. Sander Connolly and Dr. Robert Solomon from the Cerebrovascular Center has made the front page of AANS Neurosurgeon, an official publication of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons.
The article is titled Pros and Cons of Incidental Cerebral Aneurysm Treatment and it is part of the online journal’s section on peer-reviewed research.
In the article, the authors review the current research, which they say is limited due to “the complexity of patient and aneurysm characteristics, the widely varying outcomes for treatment from center to center, the growing number of treatment options, and the long period of follow-up needed.”
Based on their review of the available research and their fifty-plus years of combined experience in treating patients with this disorder, Dr. Connolly and Dr. Solomon end the article with a full and insightful list of their own recommendations.
You can see their article on the first page of AANS Neurosurgeon here or you can go directly to the full article online here.Posted on Feb 11, 2013 by Department Author
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