Case, David – Assistant Professor 

Key areas of focus: hemorrhage, stroke, endovascular

Dr. Case’s research focus is on subarachnoid hemorrhage within the brain and spinal cord; embolization of head and neck vascular malformations using different microcatheter techniques; intracranial aneurysm treatments and repair; and advancing treatments for neuro-critically injured patients.  He also specializes in the treatment of patients with ischemic stroke, hemorrhagic stroke, and endovascular treatment of patients with stroke large vessel occlusions and carotid artery stenosis

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