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Cerebral hemorrhage

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Small incision, removal of the hematoma with the Endoscope and the Microscope

Vascular neurosurgery can deal with any of the diseases of the blood vessels of the brain. Strokes, either ischemic or hemorrhagic, brain aneurysms, vascular malformations, are some of the diseases modern vascular neurosurgery deals with.

Hemorrhagic strokes are potentially a fatal condition. hey are usually treated surgically,since they affect the patient neurologically and exert pressure on the brain. It is important to treat them in a timely manner in order to avoid causing permanent and serious damage to the brain.

Today there is a new technique for removing these hematomas, using the methods of mini craniotomy , endoscopy and the use of special small tubes , through which the hematomas are removed.

With this technique, we have faster , less traumatic removal of the hematoma, decompression of the brain and a better neurological outcome.

Our experience shows that even elderly patients or patients with worse prognosis patients can benefit from Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery .


1 Stroke
2 Dysplasias or malformations