cranial-based-surgeryState-of-the-art technology makes cranial base surgery possible. Our team approach is vital to providing the very best care and achieving the best possible outcomes for our patients.
Computerized image guidance allows surgeons to visualize the operative area precisely. New minimally invasive instruments, some developed by our own faculty, facilitate treatment of lesions in the most difficult-to-reach areas of the brain.

Sophisticated neuro-monitoring enables surgeons to carefully follow the brain’s functioning even while a patient is asleep.

These include:

  • electroencephalography
  • somatosensory-evoked potentials
  • brain stem auditory evoked responses
  • intraoperative microsurgical Doppler
  • high-resolution cerebral angiography