When you come to Miami Neuroscience Institute for cerebrovascular neurosurgery, you can expect:
- A team that is dedicated to treating your condition safely and aggressively, with the goal of having you live a longer, healthier life.
- A collaborative approach to your care, with specialists from all areas of neurology coming together to find the best treatment for you.
- Comprehensive care from experts who are specially trained to treat your specific condition.
“I’m forever grateful to Dr. Linfante and Dr. Siomin and the entire team at Baptist Health,” Mr. Hall says. “The care I received there was top-notch, and if not for them, I wouldn’t be here talking with you today.”
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While minimally invasive procedures may have a faster recovery time, they are not always as effective as open surgery and can sometimes require additional treatment. However, minimally invasive procedures can be useful in patients who have a high risk for complications from surgery.
The type of surgery you receive will depend on your diagnosis, the location of the problem and your overall health. We collaborate closely with many different specialists throughout Miami Neuroscience Institute to determine the best and most effective treatment for you.
Before surgery, you will first undergo detailed testing and imaging to help your team pinpoint your diagnosis and better prepare for the procedure. This testing will include cerebral angiography, which involves injecting a dye into your veins and using a CT scan or MRI to see how that dye flows through your brain. These diagnostic tests help show where blockages or aneurysms are located in the brain.