Neuro Surgery

Deep Brain Stimulation

Deep brain stimulation surgery is the surgical treatment proposed to perform the implantation of the brain pacemaker medical device in the brain.

Brain Tumor Removal

Surgery is the usual treatment for most brain tumors. To remove a brain tumor, a neurosurgeon makes an opening in the skull. This operation is called a craniotomy.

Shunt Surgery

During shunt surgery, a thin tube called a shunt is implanted in the brain. The excess cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the brain flows through the shunt to another part of the body

Venous Angioplasty

A Venous Angioplasty is a non-surgical procedure, which can be performed during a venogram to open or bypass narrowed veins to prevent clotting. Venous angioplasty can also be used for placement of a stent.

Deep Brain Stimulation

deep brain stimulation

Deep brain stimulation surgery is the surgical treatment proposed to perform the implantation of the brain pacemaker medical device in the brain. The device is designed and developed to send the electrical impulses to some of the specific parts present in the brain. There are many therapeutic benefits found from the DBS procedures, for selected brain regions. So, it is a good and effective treatment for the …. Read more→

Brain Tumor Removal

brain tumor removal

Surgery is the usual treatment for most brain tumors. To remove a brain tumor, a neurosurgeon makes an opening in the skull. This operation is called a craniotomy. Whenever possible, the surgeon attempts to remove the entire tumor. If the tumor cannot be completely removed without damaging vital brain tissue, your doctor may remove as much of the tumor as possible. Partial removal… Read more→

Shunt

shunt

During shunt surgery, a thin tube called a shunt is implanted in the brain. The excess cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the brain flows through the shunt to another part of the body, usually the tummy. From here, it’s absorbed into your bloodstream. Inside the shunt there’s a valve that controls the flow of CSF and ensures it doesn’t drain too quickly. You can feel the valve as a lump… Read more→

Venous Angioplasty

venous angioplasty

A Venous Angioplasty is a non-surgical procedure, which can be performed during a venogram to open or bypass narrowed veins to prevent clotting. Venous angioplasty can also be used for placement of a stent, which keep a vessel or tissue in an open position to allow bypass of scarred tissue and improve blood flow.

For a venous angioplasty procedure, a venogram (procedural x-ray of veins) is performed. Once blocked or narrowed vessel(s) are visualized on the venogram, a balloon tipped catheter is inserted into the blocked vein and guided under fluoroscopic x-ray to the area of interest. The balloon inflates to correct the blockage and enable blood flow. In some circumstances, a stent is put on the balloon… Read more→

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