Cerebrovascular accident (CVA), or stroke, is the third leading cause of death (behind heart disease and cancer) in the United States. Those who survive a stroke can be left with devastating side effects such as paralysis, speech and memory impairment, as well as vision problems. Many of these side effects may be permanent, so it is important to examine possible ways to prevent a stroke. This program explores the interventional procedure of carotid stenting as one method of potential stroke prevention. The program also includes an anatomy refresher, discusses warning signs of stroke, and control of risk factors.