Dr. Ghodke is director of Interventional Neuroradiology and a UW professor of radiology and neurological surgery. In addition to neuroradiology, he is an…
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Patient Care Philosophy
"I am very pleased to be part of a multi-disciplinary team collaboration between the Department of Radiology and the Department of Neurological Surgery. This way we can offer patients a comprehensive evaluation and tailor-made solutions for complex neurovascular diseases.
I especially like to work with patients who are actively involved in their care because some of the life-threatening conditions we treat like brain aneurysms require active participation by the patients in risk reduction and have a strict follow-up protocol.
It is extremely gratifying to perform some of these life-saving procedures in patients with acute strokes and brain hemorrhages and see them go back to being healthy and neurologically intact."
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Clinical research in interventional neuroradiology also known as endovascular neurosurgery; cerebral angiography; acute stroke treatment; cerebral and spinal AVMs; brain aneurysms; brain and spine tumor embolization; carotid and intracranial angioplasty and stenting; vascular malformation treatment.
Coiling with and without balloon or stent assistance for brain aneurysms; pipeline embolization for giant and complex aneurysms; endovascular embolization for brain AVMs, dural AV fistulas; carotid -cavernous fistulas; carotid stenting; intra-cranial stenting for atherosclerosis; tumor embolization; chemotherapy for retinoblastoma; lymphatic malformations; capillary and venous malformations sclerotherapy; acute stroke thrombectomy; vertebroplasty for spinal fractures.