Anatomy of the Brain & Strokes




Dr. Italo Linfante, Medical Director of Interventional Neuroradiology & Endovascular Neurosurgery with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center, talks about how strokes occur.
With a digital imaging, the specialists describes the arteries of the brain and it does it by a lot of vessels, he explains.
The specialist affirms for surgeons the upper part of the brain is easier to treat than the lower part, because everything in it is very tiny packed. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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