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Brain Treatments

Procedures to treat conditions arising from and affecting the brain in both adults and paediatrics.

Auditory brainstem implant

An electronic device that is intended to restore a degree of hearing sensation

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Awake craniotomy

Brain surgery which is performed whilst the patient is awake.

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Baclofen pump insertion

Implanting an intra-thecal Baclofen pump to treat spasticity.

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Cerebellar tonsillectomy

A procedure to treat the symptoms of a Chiari malformation.

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Clipping of aneurysm

A surgical procedure to seal off the aneurysm and prevent blood from entering the aneurysm.

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Craniotomy

A craniotomy is the most common type of operation to remove a brain tumour.

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CyberKnife radiosurgery

Non-invasive form of radiotherapy treating benign and cancerous tumours.

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Dural fistula treatment

Treatment of an abnormal communication between and artery and a vein.

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Endovascular aneurysm treatment

Minimally invasive aneurysm treatment.

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Endovascular AVM treatment

Minimally invasive, keyhole surgery to treat an arteriovenous malformation. 

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Excision of AVM

Surgery to remove an arteriovenous from the brain of spine.

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Excision of pituitary tumour

Surgery to remove a skull base tumour located in the pituitary gland.

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GammaKnife radiosurgery

A highly focused beam of radiation that is used to treat brain conditions such as a brain tumour.

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Image guided brain biopsy

To analyse a tissue sample for patients who have a lesion on the brain.

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Foramen magnum decompression

Procedure used to treat Chiari malformation.

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Intra-Operative Radiotherapy

A pioneering radiotherapy technique for patients with brain tumours.

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Thermocoagulation

Also called laser interstitial thermal therapy or MRI-guided laser ablation for brain tumours.

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Lumbar peritoneal shunt

A technique to drain cerebrospinal fluid from the brain to treat hydrocephalus.

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Minimal access brain surgery

Minimally invasive, keyhole surgery to treat brain tumours.

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Robot assisted brain surgery

Minimally invasive, keyhole brain surgery with robotic pinpoint accuracy.

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Removal of colloid cyst

Surgical removal of a colloid cyst is a benign brain tumour, which means it’s non-cancerous.

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Selective dorsal rhizotomy

A surgical procedure that aims to reduce spasticity in the lower limbs.

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SPG stimulation

Sphenopalatine ganglion stimulation for cluster headaches.

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Syringo-subarachnoid shunt

To drain a build-up of fluid in the spinal cord as a result of syringomyelia.

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Third ventriculostomy

To treat hydrocephalus by rerouting fluid within the brain without need for a shunt. 

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TMS

Transcranial magnetic stimulation to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to map the brain.

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Transsphenoidal surgery

Surgery to remove a pituitary tumour performed using a transsphenoidal approach.

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Ventriculoatrial shunt

To treat hydrocephalus by draining cerebrospinal fluid to the atrium of the heart.

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Ventriculoperitoneal shunt

To treat hydrocephalus by draining cerebrospinal fluid to the peritoneal space.

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Vestibular nerve section

Avestibular nerve section test is performed to stop recurrent attacks of vertigo.

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Visualase for brain tumours

A unique minimally invasive technique to treat previously inoperable brain tumours.

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With over 325 years combined experience, The London Neurosurgery Partnership cover all aspects of adult and paediatric brain surgery.

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Brain Treatments

Being diagnosed with a condition associated with your brain can be daunting, The London Neurosurgery Partnership is here to guide you through your journey from diagnosis to treatment.