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NeuroNews 15 - September 2014
NeuroNews 15 - September 2014
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Highlights: -New technology may improve brain visualisation during stroke treatment -Mechanical thrombectomy devices cause endothelial damage -Focus on: Epilepsy -Graham Teasdale: Glasgow Coma Scale -Profile: Vladimir Benes Jr
NeuroNews 15 - September 2014 USA Edition
NeuroNews 15 - September 2014 USA Edition
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Highlights: -New technology may improve brain visualisation during stroke treatment -Mechanical thrombectomy devices cause endothelial damage -Focus on: Epilepsy -Graham Teasdale: Glasgow Coma Scale -Profile: Vladimir Benes Jr
NeuroNews 14 - June 2014
NeuroNews 14 - June 2014
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Highlights: -Time is brain: Delaying carotid interventions is a disservice to patients -Adjunct vagus nerve stimulation therapy promising for refractory epilepsy -Joshua Hirsch: Call for evidence -Novel tools and applications -Profile: Mauricio Castillo
NeuroNews 14 - June 2014 - USA Edition
NeuroNews 14 - June 2014 - USA Edition
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Highlights: -Time is brain: Delaying carotid interventions is a disservice to patients -Adjunct vagus nerve stimulation therapy promising for refractory epilepsy -Joshua Hirsch: Call for evidence -Novel tools and applications -Profile: Mauricio Castillo
NeuroNews 13 - April 2014
NeuroNews 13 - April 2014
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Highlights: -Fears over early carotid endarterectomy in stroke patients not justified -Growing support for transcranial magnetic stimulation in chronic migraine -ADAPT: Safe and simple technique for ischaemic stroke thrombectomy -Profile: William T Couldwell
NeuroNews 12 - November 2013
NeuroNews 12 - November 2013
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Highlights: -Aggressive medical management bests stenting, final SAMMPRIS results show -Establishing the importance of evidence for neurointerventional procedures -Recruitment problems prompt change in SPACE-2 protocol -Profile: Ali R Rezai
NeuroNews 11 - September 2013
NeuroNews 11 - September 2013
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Highlights: -Safety of flow diverters under the scanner -It is not as simple as "intra-arterial ischaemic stroke therapy does not work" by David Sacks -Robot treats clots with steerable needles -Profile: Philip M Meyers
NeuroNews 10 - May 2013
NeuroNews 10 - May 2013
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Highlights: - MR-guided ultrasound thalamotomy promising for essential tremor - Implanted device predicts epilepsy seizures - Deep brain stimulation examined for anorexia nervosa - Profile: Peter Hamlyn
NeuroNews 9 - March 2013
NeuroNews 9 - March 2013
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Highlights: -Is transbrachial carotid artery stenting the way forward? -New extremely soft bare platinum coil is safe and effective endovascular treatment for cerebral aneurysms -Carotid artery stenting: who benefits? -Profile: James Byrne
NeuroNews 8 - November 2012
NeuroNews 8 - November 2012
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Highlights:-Microporus stent achieves brain aneurysm occlusion without disturbing branching flow-Vitamin B reduces white matter hyperintensities progression in patients with severe cerebral small vessel disease-Spinal cord arteriovenous malformations radiosurgery-Profile: Louis Caplan
NeuroNews 7 - August 2012
NeuroNews 7 - August 2012
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Highlights:-Thrombolysis within six hours after stroke key to improve functional outcome-Stem cell is promising, but neurologists warn about unscrupulous providers-Preliminary results with the Web aneurysm device for bifurcation aneurysms-Profile: Andrew Molyneux
NeuroNews 6 - May 2012
NeuroNews 6 - May 2012
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Highlights:-Need for emergency neurosurgical procedures after intracranial endovascular treatment is low-Is delayed haemorrhage a complication following treatment with a flow diverter?-Analysis of the CLARITY series-Profile: Martin M Brown
NeuroNews 5 - February 2012
NeuroNews 5 - February 2012
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-Mobiles and social media set to transform stroke communication
-Prolonged imaging unnecessary for most adequately coiled intracranial aneurysms
-Giant aneurysms and flow diversion, five years of follow-up
-Profile: David B Hackney, president of the American Society of Neuroradiology
NeuroNews 4 - November 2011
NeuroNews 4 - November 2011
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-SAMMPRIS results find intracranial stents linked to more strokes and death
-Can CT perfusion guide patient selection for endovascular treatment of acute ischaemic stroke beyond the time window?
-Future stroke units by Charles Strother
-Profile: Toshio Hyogo
NeuroNews 3 - September 2011
NeuroNews 3 - September 2011
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Highlights:
-Hydrogel-coating for coils HELPS reduce recurrence of intracranial aneurysms
-MAPS results positive for coiling aneurysms
-THERAPY trial begins
-Profile: Alfredo Casasco, president of the third ESMINT congress
NeuroNews 2 - April 2011
NeuroNews 2 - April 2011
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-Gene therapy shows real promise in Parkinson's
-NeuroNews Innovation Showcase highlighted at Health Innovation EXPO
-Profile: Raymond Dolan
NeuroNews 1 - September 2010
NeuroNews 1 - September 2010
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- Positive initial results for DBS in Alzheimer's
- Christo: Botox eases nerve pain
- Profile: Gian Luigi Lenzi
NeuroNews Pilot Issue 2010
NeuroNews Pilot Issue 2010
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Welcome to the pilot edition of NeuroNews, a brand-new newspaper of news, views, opinion and controversy in the "neuro" world. Do sign up for more!

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Written emergency stroke care protocols may improve hospital performance
Wednesday, 06 Aug 2014
New data presented at the Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery (SNIS) 11th Annual Meeting in (28 –31, Colorado Springs, USA) helps prove that written care protocols can significantly improve the ... Written emergency stroke care protocols may improve hospital performance

Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014
A University of Utah team discovered a method for turning a small, US$40 needle into a 3D microscope capable of taking images up to 70 times smaller than the width of a human hair. Utah team invents way to image brains of mice using small needle

Revive SE thrombectomy device approved in China, South Korea and Taiwan
Monday, 08 Sep 2014
The Revive SE Device from Codman Neuro is designed to ease navigation through small and tortuous blood vessels and arteries in the cerebral vasculature. The new device enables rapid restoration of ... Revive SE thrombectomy device approved in China, South Korea and Taiwan

Features


Neuro-oncologic treatment for glioblastoma
Monday, 21 Jul 2014
Malignant gliomas are the most common type of primary malignant brain tumour, accounting for 80% of patients and an annual incidence of 5.26 per 100,000 population, or 17,000 new cases diagnosed per ... Neuro-oncologic treatment for glioblastoma

Early brain stimulation may help stroke survivors recover language function
Monday, 21 Jul 2014
Dieter Heiss, who presented on early brain stimulation for stroke patients at the 8th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology (CONy), 8–11 May, Berlin, Germany, writes for NeuroNews on how this ... Early brain stimulation may help stroke survivors recover language function

Profiles


Vladimír Beneš Jr
Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014
Vladimír Beneš Jr is professor and chair at the First Medical School, Charles University, P... Vladimír Beneš Jr

Mauricio Castillo
Monday, 14 Jul 2014
Mauricio Castillo is a professor of Radiology and chief, Division of Neuroradiology, University of N... Mauricio Castillo

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