WFITN Recommendations for Education and Training in Therapeutic NeuroIntervention (Interventional Neuroradiology /Endovascular Neurosurgery)

March 2009
Interventional Neuroradiology;2009, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
The article presents some guidelines of Therapeutic NeuroIntervention (TNI) training programs which could enhance the abilities of the medical intern students in endovascular neurosurgery. According to the author, the scope of the guidelines include some neurointerventional surgical procedures as best solution to treat deadly diseases like brain damage, sensory organs disabilities and peripheral nervous system. The World Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology has approved almost 200 of the procedures. Information regarding the rules of manpower planning and self-evaluation of the trainees are also discussed.


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