• Patient Care

    Patient care offered at University Comprehensive Stroke Center includes, but is not limited to:

    • ABPN-certified vascular neurologists
    • UCNS-certified neurocritical care specialists
    • ABR-certified neuroradiologists
    • 24/7 advanced neuro-imaging capabilities (CT, CTA, CTP, MRI, MRA, MRV, 4VA, carotid duplex ultrasonography, TCD, TTE, TEE)
    • Surgical and endovascular therapies (aneurysm clipping, resection of AVMs, EVD placement, carotid endarterectomy and decompressive hemi-craniectomy)
    • Endovascular therapies (aneurysm coiling, gluing of AVMS, intra-arterial thrombolysis, clot retrieval, extracranial and intracranial angioplasty +/- stenting)
    • Six-bed stroke unit
    • 20-bed neuroscience intensive care unit
    • Med-Com unit
    • TeleStroke network

    For more information about clinical serviced provided by the Stroke Center, click here.

    Secondary stroke prevention

    There have been many advances in secondary stroke prevention strategies and the diagnostic tools available to stroke clinicians. Prevention of a second stroke depends on identification of the first stroke's cause as well as management of risk factors. Since clinical criteria alone are not sufficient to determine stroke cause, diagnostic testing must be utilized. Experienced neurosurgeons and interventional radiologists are available when preventative procedures are required. Follow-up is available at University Pavilion and Jackson Medical Mall clinics.

    For more information about risk factors and prevention guidelines, click here.