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Treatment recommendations are made after careful analysis of radiological data; location and type of lesion; and evaluation of each patient’s unique health profile, needs and expectation. The treatment may include one or more of the following modalities:
In selected cases, the interventional neuroradiology team at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas provides angiographic preoperative evaluation of the feeding vessels to lesions, allowing more accurate surgical planning.
In some cases, tumors with high vascularity are embolized preoperatively, allowing safer surgical resection of the tumor and less blood loss.
Patients with cerebral aneurysms are evaluated by a neurosurgeon and an interventional neuroradiologist to determine the most effective treatment modality for each patient.
Treatment for cerebral aneurysms includes intravascular packing and obliteration of the aneurysm with flexible coil or craniotomy and clipping of the aneurysm.
At the Skull Base Center preference is given, whenever possible, to intravascular treatment of cerebral aneurysms, avoiding craniotomy and brain manipulation.
When surgery is necessary, preference is given to the use of minimally invasive techniques, including:
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