brain aneurysm

Since 1989, I've been a patient of Pamela Miner, I was 18 I just know if it wasn't for her I wouldn't be living today.. She, have assisted me in 3 open heart surgeries, I'm 44 years old today we have grown older together at UCLA. &, the referrals, she [...]

By michaelquantez • March 29, 2016

We we're in tears after my mother was diagnosed with an aneurysm, the location of the anuerysum was in the center of the brain. While admitted in a hospital in San Diego the physician stated nothing else could be done for her, this physician had the worse bedside manners but [...]

By Neri • June 14, 2013

I was on the phone just chatting with my son. All of a sudden, I felt something I had never felt before. I knew it was serious, and said I had to hang up. I felt a pressure above my eyes like a visor tightening on my head, and then [...]

By organicart • January 15, 2013

Brain Glue May Help Aneurysm Victims KNBC-Channel 4 aired March 2, 2009 reports about a new liquid glue used to treat brain aneurysms too giant to be treated by conventional methods. The stories featured Dr. Satoshi Tateshima, assistant professor of interventional neuroradiology, who performed the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Centers first case [...]

By uclahealth • October 22, 2012

NBC Nightly News aired a Nov. 28, 2008 segment by Robert Bazell on new imaging software that enables UCLA physicians to view patients brain aneurysms in 3-D and predict whether they are likely to rupture and require immediate treatment. UCLA is one of only two hospitals in the country with the [...]

By uclahealth • October 22, 2012

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 [...]

By uclahealth • October 16, 2012