neuroendoscopy

neuroendoscopy

the use of a neuroendoscope with the aid of a neuronavigation system to examine the central nervous system and perform minimally invasive neurosurgical procedures.
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Keyhole neurosurgery, the combination of modern microsurgical techniques, preoperative imaging, neuroendoscopy, and modern minimally invasive surgery concept, is one of the techniques representing the medical advancement from microneurosurgery to minimally invasive neurosurgery.
Small-ventricle neuroendoscopy for pediatric brain tumor management: Clinical article," Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, vol.
Tenders are invited for Neuroendoscopy System For The Department Of Pediatric Surgery At All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, Jodhpur
Literature concerning neuroendoscopy, from the 1980s to 2004, showed success rate of CPC was between 30 and 52% (9,10,16).
Neuroendoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that is performed with the use of an endoscope.
They are now used in laparoscopy, arthroscopy, bronchoscopy, gastrointestinal endoscopy, urology, gynecology, and neuroendoscopy, among others.
Stereotactic aspiration by neuroendoscopy for treatment of deep-seated intracranial hematomas is widely accepted because this procedure is minimally invasive and thereby reduces the probability of iatrogenic brain damage.
Microsurgery is demanding due to deep midline location and the proximity of vital structures and for that reason the neuroendoscopy may be used as an alternative [23].
She was offered neuroendoscopy for removal of the migrated shunt system along with revision of the shunt with a medium pressure Pudenz shunt.
Other applications require the use of stereotactic frames for neuroendoscopy, radiosurgery, biopsy, magnetic stimulation, etc.