The Department of Neurosurgery performs surgical treatments on the nervous system.
The Department of Neurosurgery diagnoses various neurosurgical diseases in patients with neurological symptoms such as weakness in the hands and feet, numbness, headache, and vertigo. Where necessary, we perform surgical treatments for patients with informed consent. Our staff use professional microneurosurgical, endovascular surgical, neuroendoscopic surgical, and spinal surgical techniques to treat patients.
Diagnosis and treatment policy
The safety of patients is our highest priority. We select less invasive and effective modalities for diagnoses and treatments after detailed informed consent.
Brain and spinal cord tumors, neurovascular diseases, traumatic brain and spinal injuries, infections of the nervous system, developmental anomalies in the nervous system, hydrocephalus, epilepsy, facial spasm, trigeminal neuralgia, spinal degenerative diseases, and others.
In the Department of Neurosurgery, we had 1349 new patients and 430 inpatients and performed 220 surgeries in 2013.
Summary of surgical cases (220)
Brain tumor 40
Vascular disease 60
Traumatic injury 57
Spinal disease 5
Facial spasm 2
Endovascular surgery 40