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Andrew Ringer, MD  
Andrew Ringer, MD
Associate Professor of Neurosurgery and Director of Endovascular Surgery

Name: Andrew Ringer, MD
Department: Neurosurgery
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Email Address: (513) 475-8662
Photo Date: 12/31/09

A study, led by Andrew Ringer, MD, has found that expensive new coiling devices are no more effective than bare platinum coils at preventing aneurysms from recurring. 

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