Brain glue and aneurysms

Brain Glue May Help Aneurysm Victims
UCLA Health article

KNBC-Channel 4 aired March 2, 2009 reports about a new liquid glue used to treat brain aneurysms too giant to be treated by conventional methods. The stories featured Dr. Satoshi Tateshima, assistant professor of interventional neuroradiology, who performed the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Centers first case on a patient with a strawberry-sized aneurysm.

Courtesy of KNBC Channel 4

Our interventional neuroradiologists offer expert, minimally invasive procedures to treat blood vessel disorders of the brain and spine. We are national and international leaders in interventional treatments.

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