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What Is Neurosurgery
Brain surgeons: Neurosurgeons are called brain surgeons. In the USA we also perform neck and back surgery, peripheral nerve surgery, and care for patients in the clinics, hospital and intensive care unit with surgically treated disorders of the nervous system, including tumors, vascular disorders, aneurysm or AVM, hydrocephalus, brain or spine hemorrhage, trauma, disk herniation, stenosis or pinched nerves. ...Read more
Varies: Neurosurgery residency lasts 6-8 years after completion of Medical School. Salary depends on the PGY year of experience, and varies somewhat between programs. Living expenses vary in different locations and this is one of the reasons. The range in 2014-2015 is roughly between a low of $47,000 for a first year resident at some programs and about $63,000 for a seventh year resident at another. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Epilepsy: Epilepsy or a seizure disorder is very debilitating. People are often unable to drive a car or work. Socially they may be isolated too. If medications are not controlling the seizures, then surgery to locate the seizure focus and then potentially remove the source of the seizures and reduce or eliminate the seizures. Risk and success depends on the location and type of surgery. See a neurosurgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the best neurosurgery centers and neurosurgeons in europe operating low grade brain tumors, similar to johns hopkins or mayo clinic in the us?
Depends on health: While there is no real 'cut off' age for surgical treatment of tn, it is generally known that older individuals, and patients with more medical conditions, can have more post operative complications and slower recovery. Rather than age, general health needs to be considered. I have operated on "healthy" 70 - 80 year olds with this condition with no problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Brain,spine surgery: Neurosurgery is the specialty of treating diseases of the brain, spine and peripheral nerves and their supporting structures. This includes trauma, tumors, degenerative disease , vascular disease and congenital conditions usually but not always with surgical methods. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It depends on what you're looking for - it is a very large field. There are many excellent site for different neurosurgical conditions. ...Read more
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