2020 Annual Meeting Overview

The Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology (SVIN) hosted the 13th Annual Meeting; November 18 – 21st: SVIN 2020 Virtual Meeting. This year’s fitting theme was “Advancement and Innovation Despite Adversity.” These challenging times allow for unprecedented...

The RACECAT Trial Results

The Major Findings and Implications   In this corner, we are highlighting the recently concluded Direct Transfer to Endovascular Center of Acute Stroke Patients with Suspected Large Vessel Occlusion in the Catalan Territory (RACECAT) trial. The final results were...

Rhea – Hope is the Thing with Feathers

A youthful, 41-year-old woman suffers a stroke that could render her profoundly disabled for the rest of her life. Within hours of treatment by a stroke team at Adventist Health Glendale, she is up and walking and amazing everyone in her care. This is Rhea’s story....

Hot off the #FOAMed Press!

Harris Kamal, MD1 @hariskamalmdNeuroendovascular Surgery FellowWestchester Medical Center at New York Medical College Katarina Dakay, MD1 @katarinadakayNeuroendovascular Surgery FellowWestchester Medical Center at New York Medical College #FOAMed (Free Open Access...

The Cutting Edge: Technology Updates

Mohammad El-Ghanem MD Mohammad El-Ghanem MD Tech Corner: eCLIPs bifurcation remodeling system December 2020 Treatment of wide-necked bifurcation aneurysms has been, and will likely continue to be, an ongoing topic of debate in the field of neurointerventional surgery....

Fellows Corner

The Pandemic Doesn’t Stop SVIN: Members in Training Reception Highlights For nearly 13 years, the leadership of the Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology(SVIN) has brought together future, current, and former trainees  along with leaders of the...