Basillary aneurysm

Basillary aneurysm
after clipping

Vascular neurosurgery

Acute brain and spinal cord haemorrhaging can be dramatic, and not infrequently fatal. The causes lie in dilation of the blood vessels (aneurysma), vascular malformation (angioma) or hemangiomas (blood vessel-rich tumours) and cavernomas (varicose-type vascular deformation). Removal of the source of bleeding through micro-surgical closure of the aneurysma, or resectioning of the angioma, haemangioma or cavernoma can avert the risk of renewed bleeding and allow the patient to recover. Intervention can be helpful in such cases, or may in fact be the actual treatment of choice.

Vaskuläre Neurochirurgie: Pons-Cavernom vor OP

Photo: Pons cavernoma before surgery (MRI-picture)

Vaskuläre Neurochirurgie: Pons-Cavernom nach Cavernom Entfernung (MRT-Bild)

Photo: Pons cavernoma after removal (MRI-picture)

EXTRACT OF MY CORE EXPERTISE

Cranial base surgery
(acoustic, acoustic neuroma)

Brain tumours

Spinal cord tumours

Vascular
neurosurgery

Paediatric
neurosurgery

Peripheral
neurosurgery

Neurovascular
compression syndrome,
pain management

Pain Management

Degenerative
spine conditions

Get in touch with me

My practice is in the:

Hirslanden | Klinikzentren – Klinik St. Anna

Prof. Dr. med. Sepehrnia
Schädelbasischirurgische Klinik St. Anna
Hirslanden Klinik St. Anna
Ärztehaus Lützelmatt (Trakt L)
St. Anna-Strasse 32
CH-6006 Luzern

Phone +41 (0)41 918 0000
Fax +41 (0)41 918 0001
e-mail sekr.sepehrnia@hirslanden.ch

Everything about the St. Anna Clinic you can find out here: Klinik St Anna

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