The introduction of flow-diverter devices (FDDs) has revolutionized the endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms. Here the authors present their Italian multicenter experience using the flow re-direction endoluminal device (FRED) in the treatment of cerebral aneurysms, evaluating both short- and long-term safety and efficacy of this device.

FRED Italian Registry: a multicenter experience with the flow re-direction endoluminal device for intracranial aneurysms / Piano, Mariangela; Valvassori, Luca; Lozupone, Emilio; Pero, Guglielmo; Quilici, Luca; Boccardi, Edoardo; Bergui, M; Stura, G; Guidetti, G; Peschillo, S; Isalberti, M; Paolucci, A; Bracco, S; Cioni, S; De Nicola, M; Giannoni, M; Comelli, S; Comelli, C; Castellan, L; Allegretti, L; Menozzi, R; Saltarelli, A; Caputo, N; Resta, M; Donatelli, M; Pedicelli, A; Causin, F; Cester, G; Cagliari, E; Cavasin, N; Cagliari, G; Petralia, B; Gallesio, I; Briganti, F; Tortora, F; Natrella, M; Papa, R; Pitrone, A; Di Paola, F; Thyrion, F; Lafe, E; Ciceri, E; Faragò, G; Remida, P; Padolecchia, R; Divenuto, I; Scomazzoni, F; Simionato, F; Mangiafico, S; Limbucci, N; Lazzarotti, G.. - In: JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY. - ISSN 0022-3085. - 133:1(2020), pp. 174-181. [10.3171/2019.1.JNS183005]

FRED Italian Registry: a multicenter experience with the flow re-direction endoluminal device for intracranial aneurysms

Briganti F
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Tortora F
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2020

Abstract

The introduction of flow-diverter devices (FDDs) has revolutionized the endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms. Here the authors present their Italian multicenter experience using the flow re-direction endoluminal device (FRED) in the treatment of cerebral aneurysms, evaluating both short- and long-term safety and efficacy of this device.
2020
FRED Italian Registry: a multicenter experience with the flow re-direction endoluminal device for intracranial aneurysms / Piano, Mariangela; Valvassori, Luca; Lozupone, Emilio; Pero, Guglielmo; Quilici, Luca; Boccardi, Edoardo; Bergui, M; Stura, G; Guidetti, G; Peschillo, S; Isalberti, M; Paolucci, A; Bracco, S; Cioni, S; De Nicola, M; Giannoni, M; Comelli, S; Comelli, C; Castellan, L; Allegretti, L; Menozzi, R; Saltarelli, A; Caputo, N; Resta, M; Donatelli, M; Pedicelli, A; Causin, F; Cester, G; Cagliari, E; Cavasin, N; Cagliari, G; Petralia, B; Gallesio, I; Briganti, F; Tortora, F; Natrella, M; Papa, R; Pitrone, A; Di Paola, F; Thyrion, F; Lafe, E; Ciceri, E; Faragò, G; Remida, P; Padolecchia, R; Divenuto, I; Scomazzoni, F; Simionato, F; Mangiafico, S; Limbucci, N; Lazzarotti, G.. - In: JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY. - ISSN 0022-3085. - 133:1(2020), pp. 174-181. [10.3171/2019.1.JNS183005]
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