The global interventional neurology devices market size valued $2.21 billion in 2020 and expected to reach $3.96 billion in 2027 at a CAGR of 9.2% during forecast period 2021-2027. Interventional neurology is a speciality which utilizes the minimally invasive procedures with image-guided techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of various chronic neurological diseases related to veins & arteries of neck, brain, and spine. The most commonly treated diseases with interventional neurology include head and neck tumours, ischemic strokes, meningiomas, spinal vascular malformations, cerebral aneurysm, and intracranial atherosclerosis among others. Different types of materials such as cobalt, platinum, and nitinol are used in neurovascular devices for ischemic stroke prevention and aneurysm. Increase in the global aging population, technological advancements in the interventional neurology devices, a rise in prevalence of ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic conditions, and growing demand for minimally invasive procedures are anticipated to fuel the interventional neurology devices market. Furthermore, advantages of an interventional procedure such as the minimal possibility of infection and surgical trauma, favourable reimbursement policies, and rise in product development and commercialization are expected to bolster the interventional neurology devices market over the forecast period. However, stringent regulatory guidelines for the product approvals, a high cost of the treatment, and lack of skilled professionals might impede the growth of the market.