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Neurosurgery is the speciality concerned with the surgical treatment of diseases of the nervous system composed of the brain, spinal cord and spinal column, as well as the nerves that travel through all parts of the body. The Department of Neurosurgery at AIMS is fully equipped to perform all types of surgeries for a wide range of illnesses. These include:

  • Congenital diseases of the brain and spine and other illnesses affecting children
  • Tumours of the brain, spine and spinal cord
  • Vascular diseases such as aneurysms and vascular malformations
  • Degenerative disc and other spinal diseases
  • Instrumentation of the spine and the cranio-vertebral junction
  • Diseases of the pituitary gland
  • Stereotactic surgery
  • Surgery for epilepsy and movement disorders
  • Stroke and haemorrhage in the brain and spinal cord

The department is supported by state-of-the-art dedicated neurosurgical operation theatres, equipped with a Carl Zeiss OPMI NC4 Operating Microscope, a Karl Storz Neuroendoscope, a Midas Rex drill system, a ValleyLab Ultrasonic Surgical aspirator, a Siemens C—arm with facility for DSA, Codman and Aesculap operating instruments, and a Leksell Stereotactic frame. A dedicated Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit provides comprehensive care for postoperative and acutely ill patients. The Department also now offers steriotactic radiosurgery in connection with Radiation Oncology and Medical Physics.

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