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Part of the Neurovascular Service at Massachusetts General Hospital, the Interventional Neuroradiology Program treats patients on an emergency, urgent and elective care basis.
Joan Nelson was born partially blind. When a ruptured aneurysm threatened her optic nerve, she took a minimally invasive approach to treatment.
Software engineer Lori Corbani was never sick. Yet one day, she was rushed to Massachusetts General Hospital after suffering a near-fatal brain hemorrhage triggered by a congenital condition.
After Sharon Shea was stricken with an aneurysm, she had life-saving, emergency surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. During her recovery, her family history emerged and helped get treatment for her son.
After Barbara Collard suffered a massive stroke, she missed the window of opportunity to benefit from clot-dissolving drugs. When she arrived by helicopter at Massachusetts General Hospital, her family had to make decisions quickly.