It’s called NeuroInterventional surgery, and it takes a giant step toward improved treatment for the head, neck, and spine. Instead of cutting into the skull or exposing the spinal column, neurointervention uses tiny incisions no bigger than the size of a nickel.
Dr. Richard Klucznik talks with Pat Robertson about NeuroInterventional Surgery on Thursday’s 700 Club.
The doctor threads a small tube, like a catheter, through the opening, and into a blood vessel, then works from there. A machinelike an X-ray allows the doctor to see what’s going on inside the body.