What is Microneurosurgery?
Microneurosurgery is the use of the operating microscope and special micro-instruments to perform a surgery to treat the diseases of brain, spine and spinal cord. Microneurosurgery is the essential part of neurosurgical training and all qualified Neurosurgeons are adequately trained in Microsurgery to perform operations under Microscope.
All most all surgeries on Brain, spine and spinal cord are done under operating Microscope by a Neurosurgeon. Operations without the microscope is not a standard neurosurgical practice.
What are the diseases treated by Microneurosurgery?
All most all diseases of brain, spine and spinal cord are treated with the help of the operating microscope. Operations on the brain without a microscope is not a standard treatment except in very rare cases.
Neurosurgery often involves reaching into complex areas of the brain, the skull base, or the spinal cord. The objective of Neurosurgery is to treat the disease while keeping the delicate functions of the brain intact, thereby achieving good surgical outcome. This can be done by combining the latest microscopic surgical techniques with the most advanced and up-to-date technical resources. This allows us to reach the surgical target safely while keeping the risk at a minimum.
Micro neurosurgery is a term used to refer to the operating microscope and specific micro-instruments which are deployed to perform a surgery for treating the diseases of brain, spine, and spinal cord. Neurosurgeons are nowadays very adept in Microsurgery and perform several complex delicate operations using the Microscope.