Baruch B. Lieber

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PURPOSE To evaluate the hemodynamics and tissue response associated with stent placement in low-flow-velocity arteries. METHODS Six self-expanding nitinol stents (5.5 mm caliber) were implanted transfemorally within the proximal segments of vertebral arteries (2.5 mm diameter) in six adult dogs during anticoagulative protection. RESULTS Control(More)
Brain imaging techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have forged an impressive link between psychology and neuroscience. Whereas most experiments in cognitive psychology require participants to perform while sitting upright in front of display devices, fMRI obliges participants to perform cognitive tasks while lying supine and(More)
OBJECTIVE One concern with respect to stent procedures performed to treat patients with intracranial lesions is the fate of normal major arterial branches after stents are placed across them. Because most of these lesions occur at vessel bifurcations or at branch points, a normal major branch often arises near the lesion and may be difficult to avoid during(More)
OBJECT The authors assessed the safety and efficacy of embolization of head, neck, and spinal tumors with Onyx and determined the correlation between tumor embolization and intraoperative blood loss. METHODS The authors prospectively collected all head, neck, and spinal tumors embolized with Onyx at their institution over a 28-month period. Information on(More)
It has been known for more than a decade that intracranial aneurysms can be successfully treated by deploying a porous meshed tube in the parent vessel of the aneurysm. Such devices are currently called flow diverters because they promote intraneurysmal flow stasis and thrombosis by diverting blood flow away from the aneurysm sac. The objective of this(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The rete mirabile in swine has been proposed as an arteriovenous malformation (AVM) model for acute experimental studies through surgical creation of a large carotid-jugular fistula. This report describes two endovascular modifications to simplify the surgical creation and provides hemodynamic parameters for the AVM model. METHODS(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Endovascular stent placement is an emerging technique in treating cerebral aneurysms. Thus far, no quantitative method is available to determine the effectiveness of stent deployment in reducing intraaneurysmal flow circulation, and thereby, in excluding the aneurysm from the cerebral vasculature. Our purpose was to develop a(More)
The unique morphology of the adult human carotid bifurcation and its sinus has been investigated extensively, but its long-term, age-dependent development has not. It is important fundamentally and clinically to understand the hemodynamics and developmental forces that play a role in remodeling of the carotid bifurcation and maturation of the sinus in(More)
Endovascular stenting of aneurysms offers potential advantages over surgical clipping. Stenting is minimally invasive, and with the implementation of rapidly developing micro and nano technologies, it will in the future be possible to deploy stents in more remote locations of the cerebrovasculature. The key advantage of stenting is that in addition to(More)