Specialization: Neurosurgery

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Cerebral aneurysm

What is Cerebral Aneurysm? Cerebral aneurysm is a blood-filled bump in a vessel. Pathology is asymptomatic in the body until it blows out. When an aneurysm bursts, a person feels a heavy headache – often it leads to death. A vessel succumbed to blood pulsation pressure is rather weak. It causes formation of blister kind...

Pituitary Adenoma

What is pituitary adenoma? Hypophysis adenoma is a tumor, in most cases, benignant. Pathology grows slowly and doesn’t demonstrate itself in other organs. However, increasing in size, adenoma puts pressure on nearby parts. Pressured nerves connecting eyeballs to the brain is especially dangerous, and can cause complications. Tumor also negatively affects healthy pituitary cells, preventing...

Intracranial hematoma

Intracranial hematoma: Causes, Diagnostic Methods and Treatment Intracranial hematoma is result of blood cells accumulation under the skull. Hematoma occurrence can be triggered by vessel wall rupture or severe skull trauma. Blood collects in tissues, putting pressure on the brain. Hematoma can be formed even after minor injury. It has high life threatening nature and...