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Awake Craniotomies With Cortical

An awake craniotomy with cortical mapping is a specialized surgical procedure in which the patient is awake and alert during the surgery, while the...

Advancing Precision Surgery: Integration of Functional Data in Neuro-Navigation

Advanced neuro-navigation represents a monumental leap in surgical precision, employing cutting-edge techniques that combine real-time imaging and computer-assisted navigation to navigate intricate brain pathways...

Enhancing Precision in Brain Surgery: The Role of Fluorescent-Guided Resections with Gliolan

 Brain tumors, particularly malignant gliomas, pose a significant challenge in surgical treatment due to their infiltrative nature and proximity to vital brain structures. However,...

Neuro-Endoscopy: Pioneering Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery

A Deeper Insight into Neuro-EndoscopyNeuro-endoscopy represents a groundbreaking approach in surgical interventions, offering a minimally invasive method to visualize and treat various brain, skull...

Deciphering High-Grade Gliomas: Unraveling the Enigma of Primary Brain Tumors

Within the intricate landscape of neurology, primary brain tumors stand as formidable adversaries. Among them, high-grade gliomas pose significant challenges due to their origin...

Understanding Low-Grade Gliomas: A Closer Look at Primary Brain Tumors

Primary brain tumors, originating within the brain's intricate network of cells, present a diverse array of types, each with its distinct characteristics. One such...

Understanding Metastatic Brain Tumors: A Comprehensive Overview

Metastatic brain tumors, alternatively known as secondary brain tumors, represent a formidable challenge in the realm of oncology. These tumors originate from cancer cells...

Prof. Dr. Akbar Ali Khan MBBS, MD (USA), FRCS Ed, FRCS Neurosurgery

The pioneer of minimally invasive/Endoscopic brain and spine surgery and awake brain tumor surgery in PakistanWhat Are Neuro-Surgical Complications?Neurosurgical complications are potential adverse events...