Cerebral vascular disease

It is widely known that the percentage of cerebral ischemic processes that have their origin in stenosed lesions (narrowing lesions, ulcerated or not) or obliterated of the external coronary arteries, fundamentally in the carotid bifurcation, is very high.

Today we have at our disposal non-invasive diagnostic methods capable of detecting narrowing lesions of the arteries before the least neurologic symptomatology appear or simply by screening populations at risk.

Once the lesion is detected, it is possibly, by means of minimally invasive techniques CTA, Helicoidal, Angiogram, DIVAS,) to finalize and to plan endovascular surgical procedures (Angioplasty, stenting) or open endarterectomy which although aggressive, avoids a greater or incapacitating cerebral vascular accident.