Stereotactic image-guided surgery uses advanced computer technology to locate tumors within the brain and create a three-dimensional image of it in real-time. In turn, this technology allows the neurosurgeon to locate the tumor more precisely and determine the most effective way to remove it in order to avoid disturbing delicate healthy tissue and nerves or damaging vital areas.
Additionally, the neurosurgeon receives a constant flow of information during surgery, so we can continuously refine treatment. Stereotactic image-guided surgery is used in most of our brain surgeries and is especially helpful for tumors located deep within the brain.
Anterior Cervical Fusions
Hosted by Dr. John M. Abrahams
For healthcare professionals only!
Monday, October 18 2021 - 1pm EST
Dr. John M. Abrahams will be discussing Anterior Cervical Fusions