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Nicky / January 14th, 2008 / No Comments

Sharon Stone was dying right before doctors’ eyes.The giant cerebral aneurysm that had ruptured and bled into her brain was one of the most complicated cases doctors in the Neuroscience and Spine Institute at the Wyoming Medical Center had ever seen.She wasn’t a candidate for any of the normal treatments for brain aneurysms, so doctors had to come up with some different ways to save her.Sharon entered the emergency room around 5 p.m., Aug. 21. Two of the main doctors on her case were neurosurgeon Dr. Brian Wieder and interventional neuroradiologist Dr. Boris Karaman.On Aug. 22, Wieder spoke with Karaman to determine if Sharon was a candidate for coiling, a complex nonsurgical procedure.Coiling is a fairly new option, Karaman said, and it had never been done before at the Wyoming Medical Center, though Karaman had preformed the procedure on various occasions at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland.During the six-hour surgery, Karaman placed tiny platinum coils into the aneurysm through a catheter, or a small plastic tube.Karaman filled the aneurysm with about 40 coils to block the pathway of blood to the aneurysm and cause the blood to clot, which effectively destroys the aneurysm. On an X-ray, the coils in the aneurysm look like a ball of string.In a normal case, Karaman said he would use about 10 to 12 coils to fill the aneurysm.These coils will likely stay in Sharon forever to prevent the aneurysm from rupturing again, Karaman said, but they may need to be replaced in 10 to 15 years.The coiling stopped the bleeding but didn’t alleviate the extremely high pressures. Doctors still needed to drain the fluids.The blood in the brain was too thick, according to Wieder. It kept clotting inside the catheter and obstructed the flow of the fluids.”It was a picture of unbelievable odds stacked against her,” Wieder said. “We thought it reasonable to try something rare.”On Aug. 23, Wieder told Sharon’s husband, Gary, he wanted to try a risky, controversial treatment to try to break up the blood clot in the ventricles of the brain and allow the catheter to drain the fluid.



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