The British Neurovascular group was constituted in 2010 as a sub-speciality group of the Society of British Neurological Surgeons. The group's full members are neurosurgeons with a major clinical interest in vascular neurosurgery.
The British Neurovascular Group regrets that it is unable to give medical advice or to recommend individual neurosurgeons. Patient information may be obtained from your GP. Alternatively have a look at our links portal which includes the web pages of patient support groups.
Users may also keep current with the activities of the BNVG community through our social network pages. Click on the icons below to access these pages. These will carry announcements about group meetings, reports and updates on research activity.
The British Neurovascular Group evolved from an informal grouping of interested clinicians and researchers within the Society of British Neurological Surgeons.
They initally assembled under the banner of the Spontaneous Intracerebral Haemorrhage group and members concieved or facilitated important British contributions to the care of patients with cerebrovascular disease including the STICH trials and the paradigm shift to endovascular therapy for aneurysm treatment.
As well as promoting research into vascular diseases the group fosters the practice of neurovascular surgery through education and audt.
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