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Neurosurgery

(neurosurgery)





Neurosurgery is the surgical discipline focused on treating the central and peripheral nervous system .

Neurosurgeons undergo a rigorous training program consisting of 6-7 years post-graduate study after medical school.

Neurosurgical conditions include primarily brain and spinal cord disorders.

Some of the most common conditions treated by neurosurgeons include:

  • Lumbar discherniation
  • Cervicaldisc herniation
  • Hydrocephalus
  • Head trauma (brain hemorrhages, skull fractures, etc.)
  • Brain tumors

Health science - Medicine

Anesthesiology - Dermatology - Emergency Medicine - General practice - Intensive care medicine - Internal medicine - Neurology - Obstetrics  &  Gynecology - Pediatrics - Public Health  &  Occupational Medicine - Psychiatry - Radiology - Surgery

Branches of Internal medicine

Cardiology - Endocrinology - Gastroenterology - Hematology - Infectious diseases - Nephrology - Oncology - Pulmonology - Rheumatology

Branches of Surgery

General surgery - Cardiothoracic surgery - Neurosurgery - Ophthalmology - Orthopedic surgery - Otolaryngology  (ENT) - Plastic surgery - Podiatric surgery - Urology - Vascular surgery

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