[Less invasive cistemal approach and removal of subarachnoid hematoma for the treatment of ruptured cerebral aneurysms].

The risk of pial or brain injury while dissecting the cerebral cistern to treat acute subarachnoid hemorrhage might be higher than that of unruptured aneurysms, because visualizing the arachnoid trabeculae between the pia mater and the vessels can be complicated by thick subarachnoid clots filling the cerebral cistern. The author describes technical points… CONTINUE READING