Abundant vascularized neoplasms
The goal of the endovascular operation is the maximum possible obliteration of the tumor while maintaining the blood supply of the surrounding tissues.
- Endovascular embolization of abundant vascularized formations is often considered as a preoperative stage of tumor removal.
- It is performed to reduce intraoperative bleeding and traumatizing tissues.
- In many cases, embolization remains the only method for treating patients.
Examples of using the endovascular operation method
Vascular tumors of facial massif do not represent a serious problem in terms of selective embolization
Endovascular embolization of an extravascularized intracranial tumor (meningeomas)