Visualization Of The Brain Functional Activity Using Infrared Camera. What Can Bring Body Infrared Scanning To Endovascular And Interventional Radiology?

1Tigran Ghevondyan Background(s): Mankind is permanently working on and developing new devices for studying the brain, for assessing the cognitive and psycho-emotional state of a person. Currently, to study the functional activity of the brain, devices are used which combine the concepts of PET / CT, fMRT, fNIRS. These methods use X-rays, powerful magnetic fields,…

Predictors Of Good Clinical Outcome After Thrombectomy For Distal Medium Vessel Occlusions

1Adrien Guenego,1Boris Lubicz, 1Boris Lubicz 1Erasme Hospital Background(s): Good clinical outcome predictors have been emphasized in mechanical thrombectomy (MT) for acute ischemic stroke (AIS) with large vessel occlusion (LVO). MT for distal, medium vessel occlusions (DMVO) is still debated. We sought to assess the factors associated with clinical outcome after MT for DMVO. Material(s) and…

The Anch’Or Harpoon Technique With A Manually Expandable Stentretriever (Tigertriever 13)

1Adrien Guenego,1Boris Lubicz, 1Boris Lubicz 1Erasme Hospital Background(s): Stent or balloon anchor technique has been emphasized in obtaining distal purchase to allow straightening of catheter loops, stabilize microcatheters in giant aneurysms or to access distal tortuous anatomy in thrombectomy. Material(s) and Method(s): Because of tortuosity and length, it is sometimes impossible to even reach a…

Use Of Distal Intracranial Catheters For Better Working View Of Cerebral Aneurysms Hidden By Parent Artery And/Or Its Branches: A Technical Note

1Ehab Mahmoud,1Chrsitoffer Nyberg, 1Chrsitoffer Nyberg, 1Borota Ljubisa 1Uppsala University Hospital ( Akademiska) Background(s): A good working view is critical for safe and successful endovascular treatment of cerebral aneurysms. In a few cases, endovascular treatment of cerebral aneurysms may be challenging because of difficulty in obtaining a proper working view.  In this report of 6 cases,…

First-Pass Effect Predicts Clinical Outcome And Infarct Growth After Thrombectomy For Distal Medium Vessel Occlusions

1Adrien Guenego,1Boris Lubicz, 1Boris Lubicz 1Erasme Background(s): The First Pass Effect (FPE) in endovascular thrombectomy (EVT) has been associated with better clinical outcomes and lower stroke progression in large-vessel-occlusion but has not been evaluated in distal, medium vessel occlusions (DMVOs). We sought to assess the impact on clinical outcome and stroke progression of the modified…

Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta (Reboa): A Minimally Invasive approach to Control Acute Torso Hemorrhage

1Talal Mourad,2Usman Mahay 1University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria, 2University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust Objective(s): 1. Provide a review of resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA) and explore its utility in controlling non-compressible hemorrhage below the diaphragm. 2. Discuss the clinical indications for REBOA as well as contraindications and recognized complications.…

Effectiveness and Safety of Intracrani Alangioplasty without Stenting as first Therapuetic option for Symptomatic Intracranial Stenosis

1Shorog Althubait, 1Hamada A. Salam, 1Hani Lababidi, 1Sultan Alqahtani 1Saudi German Hospital, Riyad Background(s): Atherosclerotic intracranial arterial stenosis (ICAS) is one of the most common causes of stroke worldwide, associated with a high risk of recurrent stroke in spite of the presence of many therapeutic options, knowing that the current ASA guidelines (2021) recommend that…

Distal Transradial Artery access for Neuroangiography and Neurointerventions

1,2Roger Barranco Pons, 1Oscar Chirife 1Victor Cuba 1Hospital de Bellvitge, 2Neurospinal Hospital Introduction(s): The distal transradial approach (dTRA) is progressively gaining more clinical use in the fields of cardiology and other vascular interventions, as it offers a few advantages compared to the conventional radial approach (TRA). These include lower rates of vascular occlusion which permits…

Transradial Versus Transfemoral Access for Acute Stroke Endovascular Thrombectomy

1,2Roger Barranco Pons, 1Oscar Chirife 1Victor Cuba 1Hospital de Bellvitge, 2Neurospinal Hospital Introduction(s): To compare clinical outcomes and safety of transradial (TRA) versus transfemoral access (TFA) for endovascular mechanical thrombectomy in acute stroke patients. Material(s) and Method(s): Retrospective analysis of 832 consecutive patients with acute stroke undergoing interventional thrombectomy using TRA (n = 64) or…