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Surgery for giant aneurysms – clip or bypass

Epublication WebSurg.com, Oct 2016;16(10). URL: http://websurg.com/doi/lt03envajkoczy001

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In this key lecture, Dr. Vajkoczy focuses on surgery for giant aneurysms, and more specifically when to use a direct or an indirect approach. 1. Background of treatment of giant aneurysms 2. Review of giant aneurysm analysis 3. Surgical treatment vs. Endovascular treatment 4. Clinical examples 5. Skull base approach for giant aneurysms 6. Selection of approaches for giant aneurysm 7. Philosophy of giant aneurysm 8. Direct techniques for giant aneurysms 9. End-to-end anastomosis 10. Indirect techniques 11. Balloon occlusion test 12. PICA aneurysm 13. Clinical cases 14. Trapping of aneurysm 15. Side-to-side bypass 16. PICA-PICA bypass clinical case 17. Complex MCA aneurysm 18. IC giant aneurysm clinical case 19. Conclusion