Neurointerventional is a complex medical specialty concerned with individuals suffering from neuro-related diseases and disorders. The nervous system is prone to several diseases that affect the brain, spine, peripheral nerves, and spinal cord. Symptoms, such as muscle weakness, seizures, perception, partial or complete analysis, cognition or emotional state, loss of bowel, and bladder control, are due to various neurological problems. Neurosurgery is the most advanced and modernized method for diagnosis and treatment, which includes computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computer-assisted imaging, stereotactic radiosurgery, and magnetoencephalography. Some of the common neurosurgeries include craniotomy, microsurgery, oncological neurosurgery, neuroendoscopy (endoscopic endonasal surgery), and stereotactic neurosurgery. There is a wide availability of neurointerventional devices, such as flow diverters, embolic coils, aneurysm clips, neurovascular stents, aspiration devices, and support devices, that are used in performing neurosurgeries.
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