Radio-Neurosurgery : Where do we stand now? | 49298

Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology

ISSN - 2155-9562

Radio-Neurosurgery : Where do we stand now?

Joint Conference 12th International Conference on Neurology and Neurophysiology & 2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Dual Diagnosis

May 18-20, 2017 Munich, Germany

Eyad Faizo

BG Unfallklinik Murnau, Germany

Keynote: J Neurol Neurophysiol

Abstract :

Radio-Surgery has only been around since the early 1949 s, and from that time Neurosurgeons realized its importance and future potential In the past, surgeons had to make large incisions in order to reach the Brain and Spine Tumors they needed to operate on. This often meant big, ugly scars and long recovery times. Then, in the '1960s Endoscopic Neurosurgery surgery emerged and completely upended the whole surgical field as the first minimally-invasive type of surgery. But even that had limitations, as it was difficult to perform certain complex procedures, like removing complex tumors. Radio-surgeries allows surgeons to perform and reach complex Tumors in deep positions in one Hour. It's also much more precise than even the most skilled doctor with the steadiest hand. Now, the new high-tech Radiosurgery completely revolutionize surgery once again. And now it's poised to change the nature of surgery forever.

Biography :

E. Faizo. is a certified licensed Medical Doctor specialized in Neurosurgery and spine surgery practicing in Murnau Hospital south Germany. He presented in international seminars, media interviews and conferences in Health Care and education. Member of the Advisory boards in many German medical companies. Member of the German and European Neurosurgical Societies.