Watch and hear narration for a complete resection of a left posterior insular cavernous malformation measuring 1.2 centimeters, using a focused transsylvian approach. You’ll see 3D pre- and postoperative images and hear about the patient’s outcome.
Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery and Otolaryngology
Dr. Rodriguez is the director and principal investigator of the Skull Base and Cerebrovascular Laboratory. He is a neurosurgeon specializing in neurovascular, white matter, and skull base neuroanatomy.
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