Prof. Dr. Erkan Kaptanoğlu

Microsurgery in Neurosurgery

Microsurgery in Neurosurgery is the use of an operating microscope and specially developed instruments to reach the most delicate and small structures of the brain, spine and spinal cord and operate on them with special techniques.

The operating microscope illuminates and magnifies the surgical field with a bright light. This allows the trained neurosurgeon to perform more precise surgery, as they can see very sensitive organs such as the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves more clearly, more brightly and more magnified. Many microscope images can be viewed by the surgical team on large screens in the operating rooms and can be recorded if desired.

Microsurgery can be used to remove a tumor in the brain, to clip an aneurysm, to remove a tumor from the spinal cord, or to treat a hernia in the neck or lower back. Microsurgery training starts with laboratory and clinical studies in neurosurgery residency training and develops over the years. Microscopes are used in many neurosurgical procedures.

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