Neuroendoscopy

Neurosurgical endoscopy is a field that is becoming more widely used for the diagnostic and therapeutic purposes of many different conditions. Neuroendoscopy uses small p9telescopes and high resolution video cameras to look into the skull, brain and spine. Working with these endoscopes, it is now possible to perform many microsurgical operations.

This minimally invasive neurosurgery has the distinct advantages of a small incision site and minimal trauma to the brain or spinal cord, resulting in a shorter hospital stay for patients and a quicker return to normal activities.

In some instances, the surgery is substantially shorter than traditional surgical approaches, and in many cases hospitalization and recovery is shortened.

Disorders treatable using Neuroendoscopy

Hydrocephalus

- Third ventriculostomy

- Aqueductoplasty

- Compartmentalized hydrocephalus

- Septum pellucidotomy

- Multicompartment hydrocephalus

- Ventricular catheter placement

Colloid cyst removal

Arachnoid cyst fenestration

Thoracic and lumbar disc removal

Hyperhidrosis

Upper limb sympathetic mediated pain.

Endoscope-assisted surgery

Pituitary tumor resection

Skull base tumor biopsy

Cerebral aneurysms

Microvascular decompression

Acoustic neuromas 

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