Neurological Surgery is a specialised medical and surgical field focused on treating adults and children with conditions affecting the central nervous system (including the brain, hypophysis, and spinal cord), peripheral nervous system (covering cranial, spinal, and peripheral nerves), autonomic nervous system, and the structural support and vascular supply of these systems (such as the meninges, skull, skull base, vertebral column, and associated vasculature).

This discipline provides comprehensive care ranging from non-surgical management (involving prevention, diagnosis, neurocritical intensive care, and rehabilitation) to advanced surgical procedures (including endovascular surgery, functional and restorative surgery, stereotactic radiosurgery, and spinal fusion with instrumentation).

Neurological Surgeons utilise both operative and non-operative techniques, supported by diagnostic imaging, to treat pain and pathological processes that impair the function of these complex systems, ensuring tailored and effective care for each patient.

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