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Department of


Professional Development

Cadaveric & Surgical Skills Labs

Endovascular 101: Introduction to Cerebral Angiography & Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology

The Endo 101 course is designed to help the junior Endovascular fellow get a jump start on training. It covers radiation safety, angiographic anatomy, complication avoidance, groin access and closure, catheter hygiene, flush set up, navigation of the aortic arch, selective catheterization, and catheter or device exchanges over exchange wires using didactic and hands-on training. This will include flow models and 2 digital simulators on which participants may coil an aneurysm and deploy a carotid stent. The ideal participant is a resident or fellow who plans to start endovascular training and has little or no experience with angiography. Endo 101 is sponsored by the Endovascular Neurosurgery Research Group (ENRG) and held every year in Jackson Hole, Wyoming or Cincinnati, Ohio.

Online Courses

Minimally invasive treatment of trigeminal neuralgia

  • This course will familiarize participants with the pathophysiology of trigeminal neuralgia and the entire breadth of treatment options, including percutaneous radiofrequency, microvascular decompression, endoscopic approaches, and radiosurgery
  • Video Presentations

Percutaneous Vertebral Body Access & Stabilization

  • This course will familiarize participants with the various methods of accessing the vertebral body for kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty procedures. Step-by-step demonstrations of the lumbar transpedicular, lumbar extrapedicular, thoracic extrapedicular, and thoracic infrapedicular
  • View Course (VIDEO)

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University of Cincinnati
Department of Neurosurgery

Office Location:
Stetson Office Building
260 Stetson Street, Suite 2200
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Phone: 513-558-5387