This issue of Neurosurgical Focus comes at an exciting and perhaps transformational time for those neuroscientists and clinicians involved in the study and treatment of complex cerebrovascular disease. Our diagnostic and therapeutic practices have seen dramatic advances. Imaging capabilities, both anatomical and functional, have improved at a dramatic rate and include neuronavigation modalities for intraoperative guidance, the application of new MR imaging sequences to cerebrovascular disease, and fluorescence angiography to aid in intraoperative decision making.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Clinical Neurology