Tumors affecting the brain and the spinal cord are being detected at an increasing rate due to early recognition of the signs and symptoms and rapid diagnosis with CT-Scan or MRI. Most of these tumors are benign and could be managed with cure as an intention. Patients with malignant lesions have been shown to have improved survival rate with multimodality treatment. The success of treatment of such conditions depends largely on timely and appropriate intervention.
For Brain Tumor – Routine Craniotomy and Excision; “Keyhole” Minimally Invasive Approaches; Skull Base Surgery; “Awake” Surgery with Cortical Mapping; Transphenoidal Excision of Stellar Tumors; Steriotactic Biopsy; Endoscopically Assisted Surgery; Intraoperative Cranial Nerve Monitoring; Tumor Embolization
For Spine Tumor – Routine Excision; Complex Thoracic and Abdominal Approaches; Instrumentation and Stabilzation Procedures
Prompt Diagnosis; Chemotherapy; Radiotherapy; Comprehensive evaluation and management of Pituitary Tumors; Accurate Histopathologic Diagnosis and Multidisciplinary Family Meeting.