Vascular Malformations of the Brain in Children and Adolescents (audio)
In this podcast, H. Hunt Batjer, MD will discuss how vascular malformations of the brain are a relatively common cause of hemorrhagic stroke in young people. He will also address the complex and multidisciplinary nature of evaluation and management strategies. This includes the need for a team skilled in diagnostic neuroradiology, cerebrovascular surgery, radiosurgery, endovascular neurosurgery, anesthesia and critical care.
H. Hunt Batjer, III, MD is chairman of the department of Neurological Surgery at Northwestern Memorial and executive director of the Northwestern Pediatric and Neurovascular Disease and Stroke Program and the Michael J. Marchese Professor of Neurological Surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.