Neuro Onco Surgery
Neuro-Oncology Division at BMCHRC comprises a specialized team of professionals who are dedicated to preventing, diagnosing, treating, and managing cancers of the brain, spinal cord and nerves. The central nervous system oncology team brings together experts in neurology, neurosurgery, medical oncology, radiation oncology, neuro-radiology, otolaryngology, maxillofacial surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, pathology and neuro nursing, palliative care.
The latest addition to that is our dedicated modular Neurosurgery operation theatre, equipped with the latest model Neuro-microscope amongst many precision instruments that help us in performing even the most complicated surgeries with a certain ease.
This specialized approach to treat nervous system tumors provides patients with the exact type of services they need to battle the disease and its physical, emotional, and social side effects.
Care and Support facilities
BMCHRC provides various facilities and services. Besides professional care and support, hospital management is taking care of patients’ inner comfort as well. Facilities Offered at BMCHRC incliudes:
- 1. Surgery for all benign and malignant brain, spine tumours and nerves
- 2. Awake craniotomy for lesions in crucial brain areas
- 3. Endoscopic surgeries
- 4. Pediatric neurosurgeries
- 5. Surgery for difficult skull-base tumors/ vascular lesions
- 6. Spine surgery
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Find right answers to all your queries
What are the symptoms of a brain tumor?
A slow-growing benign tumor may have no symptoms and may be discovered incidentally on a brain scan done for another reason. Sometimes personality and behavioral symptoms occur. Overall, headaches can be a common symptom.
What causes brain tumors?
While the direct cause of brain tumors is still unknown, experts do know that the majority of brain tumors stem from abnormal genes that cause uncontrolled cell growth. Some risk factors for developing a brain tumor include Genetic conditions,Chemical exposure, Past radiation therapy.
What is the treatment for brain tumors?
Many people get a combination of one or more of these treatment options: Surgery, Radiation therapy, Chemotherapy.