Duke Raleigh Hospital offers state-of-the-art neurosurgical treatment options for conditions including brain and spinal cord tumors, degenerative disease of the spine, scoliosis, cerebrovascular disease, and skull base surgery.
Several treatment options available at Duke Raleigh Hospital cannot be found elsewhere in Wake County, such as awake mapping of patients with brain tumors or epilepsy, complex spinal surgery for tumors of the spinal canal, and surgery by neurovascular specialists -- including surgical and minimally invasive endovascular treatment for aneurysms, arteriovascular malformations, and stroke.
Neurosurgical services include:
- Leading edge cancer treatments for primary and metastatic tumors of the brain and spine, including surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and experimental clinical trials
- Computer-assisted, three-dimensional, MRI-guided navigation during surgeries in a state-of-the-art dedicated neurosurgical operating room
- Awake brain surgeries that allow the surgeon to monitor motor function during operations
- Minimally invasive and endoscopic surgery of the brain and spine
- Surgical treatment of epilepsy
- Surgery of tumors at the base of the skull including pituitary tumors and inner-ear tumors, and surgery for trigeminal neuralgia
- Surgery for degenerative conditions of the neck and back including stenosis, herniated discs, and spinal fusion
- Surgical and minimally invasive endovascular treatment of vascular lesions of the brain and spine, including aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations
- Surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome and other compression syndromes of the peripheral nerves
Learn more about neurosurgical services at Duke Raleigh by visiting Duke Neurosurgery of Raleigh.
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