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Are there problems with aneurysm clipping?

Dr. Geoffrey P. Colby, MD
Neurosurgery
The problem with aneurysm clipping is that it is not minimally invasive. It requires a craniotomy, opening a window in the bone of the skull, going in and working under the base of the brain and then applying the clip.

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