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"Links" are provided only as an informational resource
as a "Patient-to-Patient" service. Please note that many of the links provided
below are not on one of the MGH Neurosurgical Service servers and are not maintained
by us or affiliated with any services provided by us.
Brain Aneurysms and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
The Brain Aneurysm Foundation
Brain Aneurysm Support Group at MGH
from other MGH Newsletters about patients with brain aneurysms and their treatment
from the MGH Neurovascular News about brain aneurysms
to other information on brian aneurysms
to information on other aneurysms (i.e.those
not involving the brain, dura or skull such as abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysmal
dilatations.) This resource is maintained by Professor David Tilson at Columbia-Presbyterian
introduction to vascular malformations of the brain
and spine (AVMs, cavernous malformation or cavernous angioma, venous anomaly or
venous malformation, and telangiectasia)
from other MGH Newsletters about patients with vascular malformations and their
treatment at MGH
from the MGH Neurovascular News about central nervous system vascular malformations
- Links to
other information about AVMs
Carotid endarterectomy and the prevention
of "brain attacks" (strokes and transient ischemic attacks
or TIAs) as the result of occlusive cerebrovascular disease
or referrals may be made by calling (617) 726-3303
MGH1996 article on Fighting Back Against "Brain
of the discovery (by C. Miller Fisher, M.D. of our Neuro-medical Service)
of carotid bifurcation occlusive disease as a major preventable cause of stroke
and transient ischemic attack (tia). Leading to early successes in carotid artery
reconstruction by members of the Neurosurgical Service.
from organized neurosurgery in the US about carotid endartectomy
and the prevention of strokes .
Clinical Alerts relating to Neurovascular Surgery
from the MGH Neurovascular News about carotid endarterectomy in the prevention
of stroke (brain attack) and transient ischemic attacks (TIAs)
to other information about carotid artery disease, stroke, and brain attacks
- The University of
Kentucky maintains a list serve for academic discussions on stroke.
- To subscribe to the list, send an email
to LISTSERV@UKCC.uky.edu. The body of the message should contain the words subscribe
STROKE-L < your name>.
purpose of the Stroke List (Stroke-L) is to share information and opinions, ideas
and inquiries that relate to the topic of stroke or Cerebro Vascular Accidents.
All interested subscribers are welcome to discuss any stroke-related topic ranging
from interesting cases to basic science issues. Contact: Bob Moore, STR002@UKCC.UKY.EDU.