Aneurysm and Other Cerebrovascular Diseases

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Cerebrovascular disease, which includes aneurysms and other abnormal vascular structures within the brain, can increase your stroke risk. Nuvance Health™ guards against and treats these complex conditions using leading techniques, some of which are not widely available. 

You receive personalized care from a skilled team of cerebrovascular disease specialists. Therapies include minimally invasive and traditional open surgical procedures to repair weakened blood vessels.

Cerebrovascular Disease Care at Nuvance Health: Why Choose Us? 

Nuvance Health is among the few cerebrovascular disease programs serving New York’s Hudson Valley and Western Connecticut. Specialists care for people who have or are at risk for aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations and other cerebrovascular diseases. Services include testing, treatments and ongoing monitoring, when necessary. Highlights of our program include: 

  • Skilled team
    You benefit from our multidisciplinary approach regardless of the level of stroke risk. Three cerebrovascular neurosurgeons with advanced training through fellowships along with neurologists and critical care doctors guide your care. The team works together to develop personalized treatment plans.
  • Sophisticated therapies
    You have access to advanced endovascular treatment technologies. Specialists use innovative techniques and devices to treat aneurysms. Some options are less invasive than traditional surgical methods for care that’s gentler on your body.
  • Surgical procedures
    In some cases, an open surgical procedure is necessary. Nuvance Health cerebrovascular neurosurgeons develop a personalized treatment plan and safely deliver the service you need. 
  • Appropriate care
    Some cerebrovascular conditions progress slowly, posing little threat to the brain’s blood supply. These conditions do not require immediate treatment. Cerebrovascular specialists provide regular monitoring to detect the early signs of changes that may require a procedure.

Who Is Cerebrovascular Disease Care For?

Early-stage cerebrovascular diseases typically do not cause symptoms, making it difficult to know when to seek help. 


You may benefit from cerebrovascular disease care if you:

Show signs of cerebrovascular disease: Doctors typically uncover these problems in imaging scans for other conditions, like head injuries.

Are a stroke survivor: If you’ve experienced a stroke, you face a higher risk of new cerebrovascular problems after treatment. 

If you or a loved one experiences stroke-like symptoms, including sudden numbness and difficulty talking or moving, dial 911. This is the quickest way to access emergency stroke care.

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