Stroke: Hypertensive haemorrhage – radiology video tutorial (MRI, CT)

Stroke: Hypertensive haemorrhage – radiology video tutorial (MRI, CT)

Hello, I’m Frank Gaillard from radiopaedia.org and today we are going to talk about hypertensive haemorrhages. intracranial hemorrhages have traditionally been divided into primary and secondary. With primary haemorrhages being further subdivided into those due to chronic poorly-controlled hypertension and lobar haemorrhages. Secondary hemorrhages typically are those that arise from an underlying tumour, a vascular …

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Brainstem Cav Mal. Transcallosal Resection. 3D HD. ( Brain Surgery )

Brainstem Cav Mal. Transcallosal Resection. 3D HD. ( Brain Surgery )

This video will demonstrate resection of a brainstem cavernous malformation through a transcallosal transchoroidal approach. A 63 year old male presented with multiple hemorrhages into the midbrain and with bilateral 3rd nerve palsies. He was found to have this brainstem cavernous malformation which came closest to a pial surface at the surface of the floor …

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Meet Neurologist Kevin Sheth, MD, FAHA, FCCM, FNCS, FANA, FAAN

Meet Neurologist Kevin Sheth, MD, FAHA, FCCM, FNCS, FANA, FAAN

– I’m a critical care neurologist. So, if you think about diseases like stroke, brain hemorrhage, head trauma, spinal cord injury, suddenly falling into a coma, anything that affects the brain, the spinal cord, the nerves, paralysis, that happen very suddenly, often life-altering. And what I do is take care of these patients, figure out …

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Stroke: Evolution from acute to chronic infarction – radiology video tutorial (CT, MRI)

Hello This is Frank Gaillard from Radiopaedia.org and today in the 4th part of our series on imaging of stroke we will be having a look at the temporal evolution of ischaemic strokes. Before we start lets have a look at three cases. Which of these demonstrates the features of a chronic infarct? By the …

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Research on Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Research on Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

the management and diagnosis and treatment of DCI is a major complication of subarachnoid hemorrhage and it’s one of our main areas of research interests and we study that both in experimental studies and in patients to try to find ways to prevent it from happening for the last 20 years it’s it’s come down …

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Brain Aneurysms | Boston Children’s Hospital

Brain Aneurysms | Boston Children’s Hospital

An aneurysm is an area within an artery that has become weaker, and over time, under normal blood pressure, tends to balloon outward, and the aneurysm can have different shapes, so sometimes, it’s just part of the wall that balloons out of the side, sometimes it’s the whole artery that starts to expand, it can …

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Treating Patients with Vascular Formations

About 5% to 6% of patients in the world have vascular malformations around their brain and spine. And those can come in two variations. One are arteriovenous (AV) malformations in the parenchyma of the brain or spinal cord, and the others are vascular malformations in the coverings, or the dural membranes around the brain and …

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Cases in Radiology: Episode 1 (neuroradiology, CT, MRI)

Cases in Radiology: Episode 1 (neuroradiology, CT, MRI)

hello welcome to this cases in radiology episode. I’m doctor andrew dixon from Radiopaedia.org and today’s case is a neuroradiology case which is of intermediate difficultly. this is a case of a 40-year-old male who presented with his first episode of seizure to the emergency department. he had a non contrast CT brian which we’re …

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Migraine 101: A 3-Step Guide to Managing Headaches

Migraine 101: A 3-Step Guide to Managing Headaches

Why me? Every headache sufferer at some point asks this question. I’ve asked it, too — for myself and for the more than 10,000 patients I’ve cared for over the last 20 years. My name is Robert Cowan. I am a migraine sufferer. I am also a migraine researcher and the director of Stanford’s Headache …

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From Neurons to Neighborhoods: charting a new science of mental health

From Neurons to Neighborhoods: charting a new science of mental health

[MUSIC] Stanford University.>>Well, thanks very much, Miriam. It’s really a great pleasure, an honor to be here. It’s interesting, in walking in and looking around the room I know a lot of people here because many of you have been funded by NIMH and some of you have been colleagues over many, many years, but …

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