Neuroendoscopy is a popular technique used to treat serious central nervous system disorders, including those affecting the brain and spinal cord, or to repair craniofacial damage. It helps surgeons reach parts of the brain that are difficult to reach with traditional incision surgery. In this procedure, the surgeon makes a dime or two-sized incisions, or holes, in the skull to insert the endoscope. Alternatively, you can use the cavities of the mouth or nose to access the brain through the sinuses.

In neuroendoscopy, the endoscope is typically introduced into the body through small incisions or natural body openings, such as the nose or a small hole in the skull. This minimally invasive approach reduces the need for large surgical incisions and can result in shorter recovery times and less postoperative discomfort.

The procedure can be performed to remove a small sample of suspected tumors for further diagnosis. Later, once the tissue is confirmed to be a tumor, the procedure can be performed to completely remove the tumor. Neuroendoscopy is used to treat a variety of tumors and cancers, cysts, neurological disorders, neurovascular disorders, and trauma-induced damage.


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