Characteristics of Diagnosis and Treatment

Currently, the surgical procedures for nervous system tumors include transnasal sphenoidal sellar region tumor resection, cavernous sinus sea tumor resection, giant craniopharyngioma resection, petroclinal region tumor resection, intraventricular tumor resection, resection of pineal region tumors, brain stem tumor resection, resection of jugular vein orifice area tumor, electrophysiological detection under large acoustic neuroma resection, spinal cord tumor resection, navigation, under the joint electrophysiological monitoring area tumor resection, intraoperative mri guided by intracranial tumor surgery, endoscopic by adjusting lateral skull base surgery, endoscopic skull base surgery, endoscopic third ventricle colostomy surgery, endoscopic fourth ventricle surgical exploration, the endoscopic brain lesion biopsy, colostomy \ bypass surgery, endoscopic intracranial cyst also successfully conducted stereotactic biopsy of intracranial lesions and navigating the surgical removal of the intracranial small lesions, electrophysiological monitoring under the trigeminal nerve and facial spasm microvascular decompression, DBS electrodes implanted for Parkinson's disease and surgical treatment of epilepsy surgery. In the treatment of glioma, the glioma diagnosis and treatment center has been established, which uses multi-mode neuronavigation technology, intraoperative magnetic resonance technology, yellow fluorescence technology, awakening anesthesia technology and neuroelectrophysiological monitoring technology for tumor resection treatment, combined with 3D conformal and intensity modulated radiotherapy, chemotherapy. Combined with pathology department, radiology department, rehabilitation department, psychology department and other departments, it can provide standardized and individualized treatment programs for patients, and achieved remarkable results.