Brain Aneurysm Surgery: Surgical clipping of an MCA aneurysm which could not be coiled.



This is an actual video of Brain Vascular Surgery. A patient with MCA (middle cerebral artery) aneurysm undergoes surgical exposure and clipping of the aneurysm. The aneurysm could not be coiled by interventional radiologists (preferred approach when possible). A benign brain tumor was removed at the same time during the exposure. Courtesy of Dr. Farhad Limonadi MD, director of neurosurgery at Eisenhower Medical Center. Edited by Camus Yu . Assistance provided by Mick Griswold, CRNFA, clinical nurse specialist.

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5 thoughts on “Brain Aneurysm Surgery: Surgical clipping of an MCA aneurysm which could not be coiled.”

  1. I love your videos so much, Doctor. You are such an outstanding, talented neurosurgeon. My hat's off Doctor. I love neurology and anything related to the brain. I'm preparing my phD in Neurolinguistics ( language and brain relationship) and I really love to see your videos. They are so inspiring. Thank you.

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