Neurovascular surgeries

Surgical Options for Neurovascular Disorders
This type of surgery involves working around very small, delicate nerves and sections of the brain that must be treated gently and carefully to avoid complications. Microsurgery includes skull base surgery, neurovascular surgery and aneurysm clipping.
Damaged, injured or malformed blood vessels can cause bleeding or circulation problems that can result in strokes, headaches and other symptoms. Neurovascular surgery uses open or minimally invasive surgical techniques to treat problems with the blood vessels of the brain or spine and spinal cord.

Endovascular Neurosurgery

Endovascular neurosurgery is a subset of neurovascular surgery that relies on minimally invasive procedures coupled with advanced imaging techniques to deliver care to the nervous system. Typically catheter-based, these procedures treat aneurysms, stroke and other blood vessel conditions in the head, neck and spine.

Open Neurovascular Surgery

Some diseases, including some aneurysms or vascular malformations, require an open surgical approach that allows the surgeon to directly repair the problem. In these cases, open surgery is a safer and more effective method compared to the minimally invasive alternative.

Hybrid Surgery & Advanced Technology

Some complex lesions require advanced technologies, such as hybrid surgery. In these cases, surgeons can use a combination of surgery and endovascular techniques to treat your disease.
Dr. Vivek M. Agrawal has been associated with VIMS HOSPITAL as chief consultant Neurosurgeon/ Spine surgeon since its beginning. Till JULY 2022, he has performed more that 700 Brain and spine surgeries and seen more than 5500 OPD patients. He has been doing regular CMEs and free Camps for the patients benefit.
He is doing all kinds of brain and spine related surgeries including complex vascular surgeries, endoscopic surgeries, minimally invasive spine surgeries