Neuro surgery

Role of the Neuro surgery

Neurosurgery is like the superhero of the medical world, specializing in the brain and nervous system. Neurosurgeons are the skilled surgeons who perform intricate operations on the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. They're the real-life brain wizards, handling critical procedures like tumor removals, aneurysm repairs, and spine surgeries.

But it's not just about the scalpel; they're also your brain's best friends, guiding patients through complex decisions and recovery journeys. They work closely with other specialists to provide comprehensive care and often embrace cutting-edge technology and techniques to ensure the best outcomes. Neurosurgery is all about saving lives, restoring function, and giving hope when it seems impossible.

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What is Neuro surgery?

Neurosurgery is like the brain's superhero squad. Neurosurgeons are the skilled captains who perform surgery on the brain, spinal cord, and nervous system. They fix issues like tumors, injuries, and complex neurological conditions. Think of them as the brain's surgeons, working to keep your body's control center in top shape.

What do Neuro surgery treat?

Neurosurgeons are the brain's superheroes. They treat brain and spinal cord issues, from removing tumors and fixing injuries to calming down unruly nerves causing pain or dysfunction. Brainy stuff!

  • Skull base surgery
  • Vascular surgeries: Aneurysm, Arterio-Venous Malformation, Carotid endarterectomy, Moyamoya, STA-MCA bypass for the treatment of ischemic stroke.
  • Endovascular management: Mechanical thrombectomy for acute stroke, Coiling of aneurysm, Embolization Treatment for Arteriovenous Malformations (AVMs) of the Brain and Spinal Cord, Embolization of brain tumors, Flow diverters for aneurysm, Carotid and other brain vessels angioplasty
  • Spine surgery: Spinal cord tumors, degenerative spine, degenerative scoliosis, Lumbar and Cervical degenerative canal stenosis, Interbody Fusion - ALIF, PLIF and XLIF
  • Trauma
  • Management of acute thrombotic and hemorrhagic stroke
  • Brain tumors : Glioma, Glioblastoma multiforme, Meningioma,
  • Cerebellopontine angle mass/tumour (Vestibular schwannoma), Pituitary tumors, Medulloblastoma.
  • Cranio vertebral anomalies: Basilar invagination, atlanto axial dislocation, odontoid fractures, platybasia.


  • Dr. Apoorva Pandey
  • Dr. Varun Singh Pendro
  • Dr. Nishant Kumar Shukla
  • Dr. Varun Singh Pendro

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