Our study looking at the severity and persistence of quality of life measures among over 600 patients with brain aneurysms.
A review article highlighting recent advances in the field of interventional neurology
This case series and literature review highlights a rational approach to a challenging, potentially dangerous situation
This study found that women with brain aneurysms had a greater tendency towards early and/or premature menopause.
This study found that aneurysm locations varied between men and women.
This pilot study suggested that the use of oral contraceptives and/or hormone replacement therapy may be protective in developing cerebral aneurysms.
This recently published study evaluates the role of cerebral angiography in light of the increased use of MRI and CT.
A critical analysis of the severity of morbidity when a brain arteriovenous malformation ruptures, the most feared complication of this brain vascular malformation.
For perimenopausal women with brain aneurysms in the midwest, this study will determine if low dose estrogen has a protective effect on the progression of brain aneurysms.