Doctors use surgical glue to treat brain bleeding in infant

06/9/2013 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

Doctors at the University of Kansas Medical Center treated an infant's brain aneurysm with surgical glue delivered through a micro-catheter. The glue served as an internal cast to seal the blood vessel. Doctors at the hospital said the procedure is rare, and it's possible fewer than 20 such treatments have been reported.

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