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Over the last 10 years, the Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery (JNIS) has established itself as the leading journal in the neurointerventional field. Beyond its focus on reports of clinical studies, novel techniques, and cutting edge devices, the journal has also maintained a commitment to publishing manuscripts focused on the basic and translational science of vascular brain disorders.
This paper by Tulamo et al,1 published in JNIS in 2010, remains one of the seminal reviews on a topic of great interest and value to the neurointerventional community. The authors provide a comprehensive overview of the …
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