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Device therapy increases treatment personalization for patients with drug-resistant epilepsy
Neurosurgeons tackle aneurysms, arteriovenous fistulas, and chronic subdural hematomas with new imaging protocols and endovascular procedures.
An interview with Neurosurgeon-engineer Hoon Choi, MD, PhD, on the future of robotic spine surgery.
Positioning and close proximity to the floor of the cranial cavity make skull base surgery one of the most challenging areas of neurosurgery.
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No longer the treatment of last resort, epilepsy surgery today is safer, more effective, and often less invasive. Unfortunately, many people who would qualify for surgery never get a surgical evaluation.
A once-discarded approach to radiation therapy for brain tumors has re-emerged as a solid second-line treatment for refractory disease.