An aneurysm is a scary diagnosis, even more so when it bursts. As surgical director of the neuro-intensive care unit at Columbia University Medical Center, neurosurgeon Dr. E. Sander Connolly knows first-hand just how devastating and often deadly this can be. That is why he and scientists around the world are engaged in a constant effort to study this disease and find the best ways to treat it.
Dr. Connolly directs the Columbia Cerebrovascular Research Laboratory and he is considered one of the world’s expert in the diagnosis and treatment of brain aneurysms. As such, he was recently asked to comment on the Editor’s Choice paper on aneurysms at the annual meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.
His talk was well attended and Dr. Connolly remained available for the questions and discussion that followed.
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