Cranio-cerebral surgery

The most common cerebral vascular diseases are:




The Pituitary Adenoma



Brain aberrations

Spinal surgery

Spinal surgery or spine surgery involves a variety of treatments including painkillers, kinesitherapy, infiltrations and minimally invasive surgery, extensive backbone surgeons (screws, rods, etc.).

The most common pathology of the spine is the disc bubonocele that can occur at any anatomical, lumbar, lymph level, cervical and thoracic the most rarely. Apart from the disc bubonocele, other pathologies related to its degeneration may also occur in the spine: spondylolisthesis, lumbar canal stenosis, scoliosis.

In addition to degenerative diseases, the backbone can also suffer from other problems: tumors that originate from the bone (multiple myeloma or metastases) or from neural tissue (spinal cord), neuromas, medullary tumors. A significant number of spinal problems can occur after various types of accident - road, house, sports, etc.: fractures, sprains and spinal dislocations.

A special part of spinal surgery is represented by the medullary pathology - intra and extramedullary tumors, cavernomas and medullary arteriovenous malformations. Their treatment requires surgical, anesthetic, electrophysiological, special monitoring techniques.

All of these problems listed above can be treated in our clinic, our specialists can handle both medication (sometimes morphine), infiltration, kinetotherapy, and surgical interventions when needed.

Practically no matter the spinal problem, we can find a solution in our clinic.

Lumbar and cervical disc bubonecele


Spinal stenosis

Spinal fusion

List of affections and treatments

Brain tumors

The acoustic neurinoma


Pituitary tumor

Cranio faringiomul

Glioma (astrocytomas, oligodendrogliomas, ependimoame and glioblastoma)

Brain metastases

Rare tumors (cordoma and condrosarcomas, glomerular jugular tumors, bone tumors, orbital tumors, lymphomas, cerebral hemangioblastomas, pineal tumors, PNET, meduloblastomas and ventricular tumors)

Brain diseases


Arterio-venous malformations



Arterio-venous fistula

Moyamoya's disease



Trigeminal neuralgia

Degenerative spinal diseases

Cervical disc herniation

Chest discomfort

Lumbar disc herniation

Lumbar and cervical canal stenosis

Spondylolisis and spondylolistezis


Spinal vascular pathology

Spinal arterio-venous malformations (MAV)

Spinal cavernoam

Spinal arterio-venous fistula

Anomalies of the craniocervical junction

Tumors of the spine

Spinal tumors

Medullary and tail veins

Spinal and cerebral trauma

Pathology of peripheral nerves

Cubital canal syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Neuro-oncology (tumors)

Microsurgical (minimally invasive) resection of intracerebral and intraventricular tumors (astrocytoma, glioblastoma, oligodendroglioma, ependimoma, meduloblastoma, hemangioblastoma, etc.) with 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.) with neuronavigation guidance

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

Microsurgical biopsy guided by neuronavigation of brain tumors.

Cerebral and medullary vascular pathology

Microsurgical clip of intracranial aneurysms;

Microsurgical resection of cerebral and spinal arteriovenous malformations;

Microsurgical occlusion of cerebral and spinal arteriovenous fistulae;

Microsurgical (minimally invasive) resection of intracerebral and intramedullary cavernoam, guided by neuronavigation;

Evacuation of intracerebral hematomas (primary or secondary).

Traumatic Pathology

Evacuation of acute or chronic subdural hematomas

Evacuation of extradural hematomas

Evacuation of post-traumatic intracerebral hematomas

Reducing intrusive cranial fractures

Decompressive craniectomy

Installing the intracranial pressure monitoring catheter


Endoscopic ventricular cysternostomy

Ventriculoperitoneal drainage with valve

External ventricular drainage

Functional neurosurgery

Epilepsy Surgery

Selective microsurgical amigdalohipocampectomy

Microsurgical resection of epileptogenic lesion, guided by neuronavigation

Hephermal deconex

Implantation of a vagal stimulator

Microvascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia or facial hemispasm

Other cerebral pathologies

Surgical treatment of cerebral abscess

Surgical treatment of cerebrospinal fluid

Spinal pathology

Degenerative spinal pathology

Microsurgical (minimally invasive) microsurgical ablation of lumbar disc herniation (microdiscectomy)

The microsurgical treatment of lumbar canal stenosis

Microsurgery of spondylolysterosis by intersomatic fusion (PLIF) or roping and screw fixation

Microsurgical abrasion of anterior cervical disc herniation with or without cage (cage)

Microsurgical treatment of posterior cervical disc hernia (foraminotomy)

Microsurgical cervical anterior cervical canal stenosis (discectomy and corpectomy) or posterior (laminectomy)

Microsurgical treatment of thoracic disc hernia

Traumatic spinal pathology

Surgical treatment of thoraco-lumbar vertebral fractures in the posterior way - medullary decompression by laminectomy and fixation with rods and screws

Surgical treatment of anterior cervical spine fractures and cervical dilation - Correctomy and plaque fixation and screws

Surgical treatment of posterior cervical spine fractures and depressions - laminectomy decompression and rod and screw fixation

Minimally invasive treatment of fractures - vertebral compression (due to osteoporosis) by kiphoplasty and percutaneous vertebroplasty under intraoperative radiological control, under local anesthesia

Spinal oncology pathology

Resection of primary or secondary vertebral spinal cervical tumors (anterior metastases) with cement or cage reconstruction (cage)

Resection of primary or secondary vertebral spinal or lateral thoraco-lumbar spine metastases, with cement reconstruction and rod and screw fixation

Microsurgical ablation of intramedullary tumors (ependimom, astrocytoma) and extramedulation (meningioma, schwanoma)

Other pathologies

Treatment of siringomyelia by cavitary drainage

Treatment of congenital malformations: sacral myelomeningocel, Arnold-Chiari malformation

Treatment of epidural spinal abscess

Pathology of peripheral nerves

Microsurgical decompression of the median nerve for carpal tunnel syndrome

Microsurgical decompression of the cubital nerve at the elbow

Microsurgical decompression of the common nerve nerve

Microsurgical resection of peripheral nerve tumors with intraoperative nerve monitoring

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