Alex Berenstein

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Interventional Neuroradiology (INR) is not bound by the classical limits of a speciality, and is not restricted by standard formats of teaching and education. Open and naturally linked towards neurosciences, INR has become a unique source of novel ideas for research, development and progress allowing new and improved approaches to challenging pathologies(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Embolization of a spinal cord arteriovenous malformation (SCAVM) is still considered risky. We evaluated the efficacy and reliability of pharmacologic provocative testing with neurophysiologic monitoring in the embolization of SCAVMs. METHODS We retrospectively analyzed results of 60 provocative tests during 84 angiographic(More)
BACKGROUND Untreated patients with symptomatic neonatal presentation of vein of Galen aneurismal malformations (VGAMs) carry almost 100% morbidity and mortality. Medical management and endovascular techniques for neonatal treatment have significantly evolved. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the clinical and angiographic outcomes of modern management of neonates(More)
The first day We began Monday morning with a lecture prepared by the organizers and delivered by Ben Yaacov, presenting the background on continuous logic and metric structures that would be needed during the week. This was designed to elicit lots of questions and discussion, and the end result seemed pretty successful. This event lasted most of the morning(More)
Interventional Neuroradiology (INR) is not bound by the classical limits of a specialty, and is not restricted by standard formats of teaching and education. Open and naturally linked towards neurosciences, INR has become a unique source of novel ideas for research, development and progress allowing new and improved approaches to challenging pathologies(More)
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