Minimally invasive neurosurgery
Minimally invasive neurosurgery involves some of the most modern procedures in the field of neurosurgery.
The aim of minimally invasive surgery is to successfully complete the operation without inflicting any damages to the surrounding tissue.
This procedure leaves minimal scars, reduces post-operation pain and speeds recovery so that post-operative complications are minimal.
The advantages of minimally invasive surgery compared to open surgery are reducing post-operative pain, less blood loss, shorter hospital stay and shorter recovery period.
Endoscopic treatment of discus hernia and all surgical procedures which require minor surgical intervention with the use of microscope belong to mini-invasive procedures.
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Dr Milenko SavićNeurosurgeon specialist-spinal surgeon