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Initial experience with Exoscopic-based Intraoperative Indocyanine Green Fluorescence Video Angiography in Cerebrovascular Surgery: A Preliminary Case Series demonstrating Feasibility, Safety and Next Generation Handheld Form-Factor.

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Summary of "Initial experience with Exoscopic-based Intraoperative Indocyanine Green Fluorescence Video Angiography in Cerebrovascular Surgery: A Preliminary Case Series demonstrating Feasibility, Safety and Next Generation Handheld Form-Factor."

Native vessel patency and residual lesion are primary sources of morbidity in Cerebrovascular Surgery (CVS) requiring real-time visualization to inform surgical judgement, as is available in endovascular procedures. Micro Doppler and Indocyanine Green Fluorescence-microscopy (ICG-M) are promising evolutions over Intraoperative Angiography (IA), while digital subtraction angiography (DSA) remains gold standard. Exoscopic visualization in CVS is emerging; however, feasibility of exoscopic-based ICG (ICG-E) for CVS has not yet been reported.

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