Brain Surgery


Brain surgery is any procedure that addresses abnormalities in your brain. The brain is part of your central nervous system. It controls your ability to speak, move, think and remember. Brain surgery aims to treat problems without disrupting these important functions. During brain surgery, a surgeon might remove some of your brain or an abnormal growth in your brain, like a tumor. Surgeons can also repair parts of your brain that have damage, such as leaky blood vessels.
Sometimes brain surgery requires an incision (cut) in your brain. But there are also many procedures that can access your brain through your nose, mouth or even a tiny cut in your leg. Minimally invasive brain surgery poses fewer risks than open brain surgery and helps you heal faster.

Medical and surgical repertoire:

Brain tumour diseases
Spinal cord tumour diseases
Vascular diseases of the brain
Traumas related to the head, spine / spinal cord (brain haemorrhage, spinal fractures, etc.)
Peripheral neurologic diseases and nerve entrapment, i.e. compression
Herniations of upper & lower back and neck disks
Childhood brain surgery diseases
Hydrocephaly operations
Spine anomalies (myelomeningocele, meningeal disorders, tense spinal cord syndrome,etc.)
Brain and skull anomalies (Chiari malformations, encephalocele, etc.)
Craniosynostosis operations (early fusion of one ormore sutures)
Syringomyelia operations
Nonsurgical algological operations aiming the treatment of back and neck pains (epidural facet joint injections, etc.)
Also, plans to initiate epileptic surgery are inmotion.

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