NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSURGERY

The Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery treat the most complex disorders with a multidisciplinary approach. Both neurology and neurosurgery programs for adults and children work in close collaboration with other pediatric, radiological and oncological disciplines to provide comprehensive care for our patients.

All kind of neurosurgical operations can be performed.

Adults

  • The Brain

    • Brain tumors (benign and malignant)

    • Skull base tumors

    • Vascular Diseases (brain hemorrhage, cerebral aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, cavernous malformations, and stroke)

    • Hydrocephalus (fluid accumulation in the brain)

    • Trauma

    • Congenital malformations

    • Infections

    • Functional neurosurgery (Movement disorder surgery, pain surgery)

    • Gamma-knife Radiosurgery

  • The Spine

    • Herniated Disc Surgery

      • Cervical

      • Thoracic

      • Lumbar

    • Degenerative and age-related spine disorders

    • Complex spinal surgeries, including instrumentations

    • Spinal cord and spinal bone tumors

    • Vascular malformations (Spinal arteriovenous malformations)

    • Trauma

    • Infections

  • The Peripheral Nervous System

    • Nerve Entrapment Syndromes

    • Nerve Injuries

  • Pediatric

    • Congenital Cerebral Anomalies

    • Hydrocephaly (fluid accumulation in the brain)

    • Craniosynostosis (premature closing of the bones of the skull)

    • Arachnoid Cysts (brain cysts)

    • The craniovertebral junction abnormalities

    • Spinal Dysraphism (Tethered Cord Syndrome, Split Cord Anomalies)

Skull-base Surgery

Skull base lesions constitute a group of tumoral and vascular lesions located at the base of the brain in a delicate and intricate anatomical region. Treatment of these lesions poses great difficulties for the doctors, as it is necessary to provide relief from tumor-associated problems, while simultaneously preserving and protecting normal anatomy and function. Hence, advanced surgical skills, proficiency and high-end technology are required for the operation.

Adult and Pediatric Neurosurgery Department, performs all types of surgical interventions available in epilepsy surgery. Although the primary treatment of epilepsy is medical, patients do not respond to medication in about 20-30% of the cases. In such patients, an alternative is surgery. 

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