The depth and breadth of expertise within the Division of Neurosurgery spans the clinical spectrum of problems affecting children’s brains, spinal cords and nerves.
Our physicians are involved in investigations that seek to better understand these problems and how best to manage them. In addition to ongoing collection of information about the clinical outcome of our patients the Division is involved in research projects about the treatment of tumors of the nervous system, the development of new imaging technology for understanding the clinical features of hydrocephalus and epilepsy, utilizing 3-D printing technology to help in the surgical correction of abnormally shaped skulls and the use of neurosurgical techniques to manage abnormal muscle tone in chronically disabled children.
Our commitment to exploring better ways to manage the challenging neurological problems seen in its young patients has improved outcomes, reduced the number of surgeries that children require and allowed ready access to innovative treatments at the cutting edge of pediatric neurosurgery.
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