Dr. Sean Lavine from the Cerebrovascular and Endovascular Centers attended the Annual Meeting of the joint AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section and the International Stroke Conference in New Orleans last month.
Dr. Lavine was on the Scientific Program Committee for the Cerebrovascular meeting as well as a seminar moderator and faculty instructor for practical clinics.
The clinics taught residents, fellows and other neurosurgeons, neurologists and neuroradiologists the latest techniques and equipment used in the endovascular treatment of stroke, aneurysms, and cerebral vascular malformations.
The seminar he moderated was on spinal arteriovenous malformations (AVM), Dural AVM, and cavernous malformations and Lavine says, “The annual meeting had an outstanding collection of experts in the field of cerebrovascular surgery, and was highlighted by updates on new treatments for stroke and cerebral aneurysms.”
Immediately following the Cerebrovascular Section Meeting, Dr Lavine attended the American Heart Association’s International Stroke Conference. There, he moderated a session on Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformations that covered the latest clinical and scientific research in the field.
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