Stereotactic Surgery

Stereotactic surgery is a precise, minimally invasive technique used to treat certain conditions in the brain, including tumors, Parkinson's disease, and epilepsy. It involves using 3D imaging to create a detailed map of the brain, which is then used to guide surgical instruments to the target area with extreme accuracy. Stereotactic surgery can be performed using various methods, such as radiation therapy or deep brain stimulation, and is often preferred over traditional open surgery because it can minimize damage to surrounding brain tissue and reduce recovery time.