Neurosurgery

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Image by Hal Gatewood

Neurosurgery or diseases of the brain and nerves, the treatment of tumors that originate from or press on brain and spinal cord tissue, as well as head and spinal cord injuries, cerebrovascular occlusions, and cerebral hemorrhages, especially hip and neck hernias B. the treatment of tumors in the vessels supplying the brain and spinal cord. It is a branch of science that is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as aneurysms. It is the department that surgically intervenes in diseases that affect many vital functions, such as The dictionary meaning of neurosurgery, derived from the words neuron and surgery, is "to heal wounds of the nervous system". Diseases that occur in both adult and pediatric patient groups are diagnosed and treated at the Clinic for Brain and Nervous Diseases.

 

  • Aneurysm (balloon formation)

  • Arteriovenous malformation (venous balls)

  • Cavernoma

  • Hydrocephalus

  • Chiari malformation

  • Spinal surgery

  • disc prolapse

  • Spinal injuries

  • Spinal tumors

  • Scoliosis Surgery

  • Spinal cord stimulation

  • Peripheral nerve injuries

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