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Neuronavigation guided Brain Tumor Surgeries

Neuronavigation is a surgical technique that uses real-time imaging to guide the precise removal of brain tumors. It enables the surgeon to navigate through the brain with greater accuracy, allowing for better visualization of the tumor and its proximity to critical structures. This minimizes the risk of damaging healthy tissue, and reduces the risk of complications. Neuronavigation also allows for the surgeon to make smaller incisions, which can result in faster recovery times and reduced post-operative pain. Overall, the use of neuronavigation in brain tumor surgeries has significantly improved patient outcomes, and is becoming increasingly common in hospitals and surgical centers around the world.