Microscopic Brain Surgery
Microscopic surgery has brought many advantages to patients with a variety of conditions. Microscopic brainsurgery is used to treat aneurysms, remove tumors, and treat other brain conditions, while microscopic spinal surgery is utilized to relieve pressure on nerve roots, treat herniated discs, and relieve other spinal conditions. These types of surgery use advanced microscopic imaging, allowing the surgeon to reach the problem site with smaller incisions and less tissue damage. Patients typically have a quicker recovery time and less postoperative pain compared to open surgery. Eligibility for microscopic surgery is dependent the specifics of the patient’s condition.