Members of the Neurosurgical Group of Texas are skilled and experienced in the treatment of complex neurovascular disorders including cerebral aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations, and have the ability to treat these lesions with state-of-the-art techniques. Practicing in the Texas Medical Center, we have access to the most sophisticated neuroradiology practitioners and interventional neuroangiographic techniques including coil embolization and flow-diverting stents for non-surgical treatment of many vascular lesions.
We provide surgical treatment with the support of advanced operating room techniques and a highly advanced neurosurgical intensive care unit monitoring for both the pre- and post-operative stages. We feel that the use of modern techniques, with the aid of specialized neuroradiographic support, allows us to offer state-of-the-art treatment for these lesions at the highest possible level. Lesions treated have included giant and skull base intracranial aneurysms, as well as occlusive cerebrovasular lesions, highly complex arteriovenous malformations, and hemangioblastomas. A full range of vascular and neurovascular lesions can be treated at our centers.