Neurointerventional Radiology Clinic
Radiologists at our Pediatric Neurointerventional Radiology Clinic use advanced imaging technologies and minimally invasive surgical techniques to care for children with a wide range of vascular conditions involving the central nervous system – the brain, spinal cord, and nerves of the head and neck. Conditions we treat include aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations and strokes, and fractured vertebrae.
Guided by X-ray, MRI or other imaging techniques for precision, we use catheters – thin, flexible tubes – to perform procedures in specific sites in the body via tiny incisions. We are able to use this minimally invasive approach to treat many conditions that once required conventional surgery, offering patients greater safety, less pain and shorter recovery times.
Our team works closely with UCSF specialists in head and neck surgery, neurology, neurosurgery and radiation oncology to provide care tailored to the unique needs of each patient and family.
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Awards & recognition
Ranked among the nation's best in 10 specialties
One of the nation's best in neurology & neurosurgery
in NIH funding among U.S. neurology programs
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What to Bring
- Photo I.D.
- Health insurance card
- Insurance authorization, if required
- Doctor's referral, if required
- Recent test results related to your child's condition
- List of medications, including dosages, plus any your child is allergic to
- List of questions you may have
- Device or paper for taking notes
New visitor rules
Patients may have only one visitor at a time and switch visitors twice a day. Thanks!
We offer valuable information to help you plan for your child's upcoming hospital stay. Find out about food services, family accommodations and more.
Your Child's Care Team
Our doctors, nurses, child life specialists and other providers have special training to care for children. Meet your child's care team.
Interpreter Services & Communication Assistance
Interpreter services in many languages and TDDs are available for families that need help communicating with care teams. Here's how to access them.
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