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Endoscopic Brain Surgery

Survivability of Endoscopic Brain Surgery

As with any major surgery, the prognosis for endoscopic brain surgery largely depends on the health of the patient and the specific condition. This endoscopic procedure is used to treat a variety of conditions, including tumors, aneurysms and epilepsy. The location of the surgery and the patient’s overall health will determine the success rate of the procedure.

Thanks to groundbreaking research, a patient’s prognosis for endoscopic brain surgery is better than with traditional brain surgery. This less invasive approach reduces pain, scarring, recovery time and risk of complications. Patients suffer less trauma to the body and can recover faster.

Locations for Endoscopic Brain Surgery