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The Columbia Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery Center provides comprehensive treatment for blood vessel disorders of the brain and spine. Our team consists of surgeons and radiologists with specialized expertise in brain aneurysm, AVM, acute stroke, cerebral bypass surgery, and carotid surgery.

The Columbia Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery Center provides comprehensive treatment for blood vessel disorders of the brain and spine. Hemorrhagic stroke, caused by bleeding aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations (AVMs), is treated using state-of-the-art microsurgical and endovascular techniques. Stroke prevention is treatment of vascular disease before neurological damage has occurred. Revascularization of carotid stenosis, blood vessel narrowing due to atherosclerosis, using endarterectomy or stent-angioplasty prevents loss of brain blood flow to prevent ischemic stroke. Aneurysms, AVMs, or dural arteriovenous fistulas can be blocked or removed to prevent life-threatening bleeding.

Our team consists of surgeons and radiologists with specialized expertise in brain aneurysm, AVM, acute stroke, cerebral bypass surgery, and carotid surgery. Studies consistently demonstrate that experienced surgeons and interventional radiologists at neuroscience centers of excellence achieve the best possible patient outcomes.

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