The late Pierre Lasjaunias taught us “the cheapest way to be safe (in treating neurovascular diseases) is to know the anatomy”. As we all know, knowledge of vascular anatomy is the fundamental basis of diagnosis and management of any cerebrovascular diseases.
To know the complex anatomy better, I am inviting you to the special teaching sessions with Professor Philippe Mercier from France who had collaborated with Prof. Lasjaunias over 30 years and has been teaching vascular anatomy to neurosurgery as well as interventional neuroradiology communities.
I have organized sessions of embryonic development and angiographic anatomy in correlation with surgical vascular anatomy. You will see 3D images of injected specimens which Prof. Mercier prepared and dissected to illustrated important anatomical points.
I believe you will find different prospects of how to approach and interpret vascular anatomy of the Brain and learn how to be safe in treating neurovascular diseases.
In Sup Choi, MD, FACR
Chair, Neurovascular Center, Mediplex Sejong Hospital, Incheon, Korea
Professor of Radiology
Tufts University, School of Medicine, Boston, MA, USA