New 3D Imaging Targets Aneurysms

WECT TV6 aired a November 3, 2008 report on new 3-D imaging software available only at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and one other hospital that enables interventional neuroradiologists to predict whether a brain aneurysm is likely to rupture and require immediate intervention. Dr. Satoshi Tateshima, assistant clinical professor of radiological sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine, and a UCLA patient he successfully treated, were interviewed. The story also aired in 10 other markets across the country.

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