Neuroscience

Abbott Northwestern Hospital using new way to treat brain aneurysms

[WCCO-TV, July 9, 2010] As many as one in five of us will develop brain aneurysms in our lifetimes. A Minnesota company has come up with an innovative way to treat the trickiest of cases. See one patient’s story who was treated by Abbott Northwestern’s interventional neuroradiologist Jeff Crandall, MD, at wcco.com.

Allina's Abbott Northwestern Hospital uses new aneurysm treatment

[Star Tribune, June 6, 2010] Last summer, Barbara Grangaard developed a slight tremor in her right hand and went in for an MRI scan. The results were a surprise. The test didn’t detect any problem related to the tremor, but it did reveal an aneurysm, a bubble protruding from a blood vessel in her brain. […]

Allina’s Abbott Northwestern Hospital uses new aneurysm treatment

[Star Tribune, June 6, 2010] Last summer, Barbara Grangaard developed a slight tremor in her right hand and went in for an MRI scan. The results were a surprise. The test didn’t detect any problem related to the tremor, but it did reveal an aneurysm, a bubble protruding from a blood vessel in her brain. […]