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At Indiana University School of Medicine, vascular neurosurgeons specialize in blood vessel abnormalities of the brain and spinal cord, such as stroke, brain aneurysms, and arteriovenous malformations. Treatment is personalized for each patient by choosing from the most advanced medical, endovascular and surgical treatments, including expertise in Gamma Knife radiosurgery.


The Vascular/Endovascular Fellowship at IU School of Medicine offers PGY7 residents intensive training that may be customized to include surgical, endovascular or a combined experience.
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Clinical Care

Vascular neurosurgeons use an array of surgical and minimally invasive treatment options to find the best technique for neurovascular diseases or conditions.
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Faculty perform brain surgery


Neurovascular faculty are enthusiastic teachers committed to providing excellent training to future neurosurgeons in Indiana and throughout the world.
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