List of affections treated by the NEUROHOPE team

You will find below a list of the neurosurgical conditions treated by our team. If your problem is neurosurgical but you can not find it in the list below, contact our team to see if we can treat your affection.

– Meningioma
– Craniopharyngioma
– Glioma (astrocytomas, oligodendrogliomas, ependimomas and glioblastomas)
– Rare tumors (cordoma and condrosarcomas, jugular glomus tumors, bone tumors, lymphomas, orbital tumors, cerebral hemangioblastomas, pineal region tumors, PNET, meduloblastomas and ventricular tumors)
– Microsurgical resection (minimally invasive) of intracerebral and intraventricular tumors (astrocytoma, glioblastoma, oligodendroglioma, ependimoma, meduloblastoma, hemangioblastoma, etc.) guided by neuronavigation
– Microsurgical resection of brain tumors located in functional areas (areas of language, motor areas), with cortical mapping under local anesthesia (awake patient) and neuronavigation
– Microsurgical resection of extracerebral tumors (meningioma, epidermoid cyst, etc.), guided by neuronavigation
– Resection of skull base tumors (meningioma, acoustic neurinoma / vestibular schwanoma, etc.) with cranial nerve monitoring and neuronavigation
– Microsurgical resection of cerebral or cranial metastases, guided by neuronavigation
– Endoscopic trans-sphenoid resection of the pituitary adenoma
– Stereotactic biopsy of brain tumors guided by neuronavigation

– Microsurgical clipping of cerebral aneurysms
– Microsurgery of Intracerebral and Intramedullary Cavernomas, guided by neuronavigation and electrophysiology
– Cavernomas
– Microsurgery (minimally Invasive) of cerebral and spinal arteriovenous fistulae
– Moyamoya Disease
– Spinal arterio-venous malformations (MAV)
– Evacuation of intracerebral hematomas (primary or secondary)

– Vascular Decompression
– Other Percutaneous Procedures

– Evacuation of acute or chronic subdural hematoma
– Evacuation of extradural hematomas
– Evacuation of post-traumatic intracerebral hematomas
– Surgery of intrusive cranial fractures
– Decompressive craniectomy
– Intracranial pressure monitoring

– Endoscopic Ventriculocisternostomy
– Ventriculoperitoneal drainage with pressure valve
– External ventricular drainage

– Epilepsy Surgery
– Microsurgical Selective Amigdalohipocampectomy
– Microsurgical resection of epileptogenic lesion, guided by neuronavigation
– Cerebral hemisphere disconnection
– Microvascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia or facial hemispasm

– Surgical treatment of cerebral abscess
– Surgical treatment of cerebrospinal fluid leaks (CSF fistulae)

– basilar invagination
– craniocervical junction instability

– Microsurgical (minimally invasive) ablation of lumbar disc herniation (microdiscectomy or endoscopic ablation)
– Microsurgical or endoscopic cure of lumbar canal stenosis
– Intersomatic fusion (PLIF) for spondylolisthesis with rods and screws
– Microsurgery of the cervical disc herniation by anterior approach
– Microsurgical treatment of the cervical disc herniation by the posterior approach (foraminotomy)
– Microsurgical treatment of the stenosis of the cervical canal by anterior approach (discectomy and corpectomy) or posterior approach (laminectomy)
– Microsurgical treatment of thoracic disc herniation

– Surgical treatment of thoraco-lumbar vertebral fractures by the posterior approach
– Medullary decompression by laminectomy and rod and screw fixation
– Surgical treatment of cervical vertebral fractures and cervical dislocation by anterior approach
– Corpectomy and plaque fixation with screws
– Surgical treatment cervical spine fractures by posterior approach – laminectomy decompression and rod and screw fixation
– Minimally invasive treatment of fractures – compression fractures of the spine (due to osteoporosis) by kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty: percutaneous injection under intraoperative radiological control, under local anesthesia

– Siringomyelia surgical treatment by syringopleural drainage
– Treatment of congenital malformations: sacral myelomeningocele, Arnold-Chiari malformation
– Treatment of epidural / subdural / intramedullary spinal abscess

– Microsurgical and / or endoscopic decompression of the median nerve for carpal tunnel syndrome
– Microsurgical decompression and / or cubital nerve at the elbow level
– Microsurgical decompression of the common peroneal nerve
– Microsurgical resection of peripheral nerve tumors with intra-operative nerve monitoring