Cervical Dystonia — Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS): treatment in Hannover - Germany
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The Department of Adult and Pediatric Neurosurgery offers the full range of services in this medical field. It performs surgical treatment of the nervous system diseases using the most advanced microsurgical, endoscopic, stereotactic and interventional techniques. The department's doctors specialize in the correction of functional nervous system disorders, surgery for brain and spinal cord tumors, including pituitary gland, skull base surgery, neurovascular interventions, spinal surgery, surgical treatment of traumatic brain injuries and nervous system diseases in children. The department is equipped with four high-tech operating rooms to perform interventions of any degree of complexity. The medical equipment meets current European requirements, while advanced neuromonitoring systems ensure a high safety of surgical interventions. Special attention should be given to the exceptional professionalism of the department's team of neurosurgeons.
The Department of Adult and Pediatric Neurosurgery performs the full range of surgical interventions to treat diseases of the brain and spinal cord, peripheral nervous system. The department admits both adults and children. The specially trained team of pediatric neurosurgeons takes care of the health of young patients. The key attention in clinical practice is paid to the surgical treatment of oncological diseases of the nervous system, including tumors of the brain, spinal canal, skull base and pituitary gland. The surgical treatment of epilepsy in adults and children, operations for aneurysms and vascular malformations are also among the priority areas of work of the department's neurosurgeons. The interventions are performed in high-tech operating rooms, in compliance with all standards of hygiene and safety. Most surgical procedures are carefully planned using computed tomography and brain mapping systems, which excludes damage to functionally important anatomical structures. Whenever possible, the preference is given to sparing surgical techniques, with surgical access through one or more small incisions.