Microembolic signal monitoring after coiling of unruptured cerebral aneurysms: An observational analysis of 123 cases

G. Schubert, M. Seiz-Rosenhagen, C. Thomé & J. Eskridge
Objective: Thromboembolic events after aneurysm coiling are common, but the optimal treatment algorithm for emboli prevention remains unclear. Evidence of microembolic signals (MES) correlates with the occurrence of impending ischemic events and may be used for management guidance. This study aims to[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]