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JENA UNIVERSITY

Clinical Case Report
Presentation
55 year old stroke patient presented with hemiplegia and aphasia. Imaging confirmed a left MCA (M1) occlusion.  The CBF map confirmed the existence of significant salvageable penumbra in the occluded area.
The Procedure
Professor Mayer and his team decided to do thrombectomy with a NeVa M1 under
distal aspiration and got the clot our in a single pass. 
Professor Thomas Mayer
Head of INR Department,
Jena University, Germany
Access to the Occlusion
NeVa M1 deployed in the MCA
First pass retrieval with the NeVa basket partially
collapsed in the distal access/aspiration catheter
NeVa basket with incorporated
clot after the first pass
The resulting recanalization was a TICI 2C, achieved in just under 15 minutes from groin puncture
CTA (AP) AFTER first pass with
NeVa: TICI 2C
CTA (Lateral) AFTER first pass with
NeVa: TICI 2C
Diffusion-MR the day after the
procedure showing minor infarct
Before:
Blocked M1
Hemiplegia & Aphasia at Onset
CTA (AP) BEFORE recanalization attempt with NeVa
After:
TICI 2C at first pass
No symptoms at 24 hours
CTA (AP) AFTER first pass with
NeVa: TICI 2C
Clinical Success
Since the patient had presented very early after the onset of symptoms and hardly had any ischemic core on his CT, an excellent recovery was possible with no symptoms at 24 hours.

 
At VESALIO, we feel blessed to be part of the stroke field where together with these dedicated physicians, we can make an incredible impact on people’s lives.

 
Thank you Jena!

Andreas Schreiner, Prisma Plus, Vesalio partner in Germany, after the case
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