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Welcome to the Cerebrovascular Surgery and Interventions Center. We see patients of all ages—from newborns to teens to adults—and are also available for prenatal consults, second opinions and, in some cases, videoconferencing.
To request a consultation or second opinion, please contact us directly at:
If you are coming from outside the United States, please visit our International Patients page.
Learn more about the Center’s unique approach with co-directors Darren Orbach, MD, PhD, and Edward Smith, MD.
For the most accurate assessment possible, please be sure to have a full summary of you or your child’s initial diagnosis on hand. In addition, please gather as much of the following information as you can:
It is helpful for us to have the following test results before the patient arrives, along with:
Images may be uploaded to our secure server. For temporary credentials and instructions, please e-mail CVDSurgery@childrens.harvard.edu
or call 617-919-1379. We may request additional images once we’ve been in contact with you.
For patients who live far from Boston, we can often conduct follow-up visits through telemedicine. Contact CVDSurgery@childrens.harvard.edu or 617-919-1379 to arrange.
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