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Man in 30s Survives Stroke in his Brain Stem

by System on May 28, 2019, 21:48 PM

Mr. Wilder had a stroke in January 2017. His clot was located in his brain stem, making his case more complicated to treat, according to DMC neurologist Dr. Sandra Narayanan who was also interviewed in this video. Without the biplane in the cath lab, she would not have been able to retrieve the clot.



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