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Neuroendoscopy surgery

What is Neuroendoscopy?

Neuroendoscopy is a minimally-invasive surgical procedure in which the neurosurgeon removes the tumor through small holes (about the size of a dime) in the skull or through the mouth or nose. Neuroendoscopy enables neurosurgeons to: Access areas of the brain that cannot be reached with traditional surgery.

What is endoscopic brain surgery?

Endoscopic brain surgery is a procedure used primarily to treat brain tumors. It is considered a minimally invasive brain surgery that allows neurosurgeons to identify and treat conditions that are deep within the brain.