Cerebrovascular Diseases

Cerebrovascular Diseases

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Duke’s highly skilled neurologists, critical care specialists, vascular surgeons, neurosurgeons, and radiologists work together to treat cerebrovascular diseases, which affect blood flow in the brain. Whether the issue is urgent or stable, we aim to restore normal blood flow as quickly as possible after stenosis (narrowing of a blood vessel), ischemia (reduced blood flow), or a clot, blockage, or rupture. We ensure prompt diagnosis and treatment by combining the latest imaging tools with guideline-based care and advanced surgical techniques.

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Why Choose Duke

Advanced Training
All our physicians and surgeons are fellowship trained specialists, meaning they have completed additional years of training in the treatment of cerebrovascular diseases.

Coordinated, Comprehensive Care
Our specialized staff coordinates the comprehensive care of everyone who comes to Duke -- from your initial emergency room visit, through your hospital care and your transition home or, if necessary, to a rehabilitation facility.

Emergency Diagnosis and Response
Our cerebrovascular team is the region's leading resource for brain health emergencies, including aneurysms and stroke. Speed of treatment is critical for full repair and recovery, and blood flow disorders in the brain can be difficult to diagnose.  

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Regional Referral Center
People are referred to our cerebrovascular team from across the Southeastern U.S. to confirm a diagnosis or prepare a treatment plan. 

A Team Approach
Your medical team includes specially trained radiologists who capture and interpret images of blood vessels in your brain, neurologists who understand the role of the brain and spinal column in the nervous system and other highly trained specialists. They work together to craft the treatment plan that is best for your condition.

Diagnostic and Imaging Expertise
As a leading cerebrovascular referral center, we use the latest diagnostic and imaging technologies quickly and effectively. These tools enhance our ability to review your medical situation and present the safest and best options.

Innovative Surgeries
From cerebral bypass surgery to less invasive therapies, we use the most advanced medical and surgical techniques to ensure you receive the most effective solution.

Rare Conditions Care and Treatment
We regularly identify and treat diseases rarely encountered at most hospitals, including  moyamoya and arteriovenous malformations (AVMs). 

Duke University Hospital is nationally ranked in 10 adult specialties
Best Neurology, Neurosurgery in North Carolina
When it comes to your care, you want the very best. Duke University Hospital's nationally ranked neurology and neurosurgery program was named best in North Carolina by U.S. News & World Report for 2019–2020.
Reviewed: 10/17/2019