Stereotactic Neurosurgery

Emory neurosurgeons Robert Gross, MD, PhD and Nicholas Boulis, MD specialize in functional neurosurgery, which involves treating the brain for a physiological or psychological disorder. Stereotactic neurosurgery is another minimally invasive form of surgery that involves 3D imaging to locate and treat small targets inside the body. Our neurosurgeons use these procedures to treat disorders including chronic-pain syndromes, movement disorders and epilepsy.

3-D Endoscopic Pituitary Tumor Removal
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