in other words, brain and nervous disorders, treatment of tumors arising from or compressing brain and spinal cord tissue, as well as head and spinal cord injuries, cerebral vascular occlusions and cerebral hemorrhages, especially lumbar and neck hernias, is a division of science that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as aneurysm. It is the agency that intervenes with surgical procedures with disorders involving multiple essential functions, such as the shrinking of the neck arteries and diseases that arise during the development of the nervous system in newborns, epilepsy that does not lead to drug treatment, and Parkinson's cases.
Since cerebrovascular disorders, which are prevalent in culture, are very varied, their diagnostic and treatment approaches are also high. In general, the diseases commonly found in neurosurgery and conditions needing intervention can be described as follows:
• Stroke and paralysis due to cerebral artery occlusion for different reasons;
• Life-threatening aneurysms that occur in the form of bubbles in the brain vessel, often followed by bleeding
• Cerebral hemorrhage in brain tissue and membrane
• Carotide stenosis, called carotid occlusion or narrowing
• Cancers in the brain and spinal cord;
• Dreams caused by collisions and casualties
• Hernia of the stomach and spine
• Tumor and artery disorder in pediatric patients, in other words,
• Brain pacemaker systems for Parkinson and related patients
Most brain tumors are masses that expand and spread uncontrollably within the small space where they are situated. It has two subspecies, both primary and secondary. Primary brain tumors are life-threatening tumors that arise from brain cells and structures. While it is seen that they rarely metastasize due to brain anatomy, it is often seen that it extends to other regions by blood supply and cerebrospinal fluid.
Hemorrhages in the brain
That is bleeding that happens as a result of the rupture of the balloon system caused by the weakness of the artery wall in the brain due to a number of causes. This situation, which occurs when blood spills into brain tissue and tissue injury, typically develops naturally or as a result of trauma. It presents itself with symptoms such as sudden and extreme pain, somnolence, fatigue, sleepiness, nausea and vomiting, lack of consciousness, difficulties communicating and eating, loss of balance and vision.
It happens as a result of the blockage of the blood flow to the brain. If blood supply to the brain is blocked or totally halted, cell death occurs in the brain. As a consequence, brain injury and life-threatening threats can arise. It has two main forms, ischaemic and hemorrhagic. Although it is a blood clot that triggers an ischemic stroke, a hemorrhagic stroke is a disease triggered by brain injury caused by an eruption of elevated blood pressure in one of the arteries that feeds the brain. In addition to these, a transient ischemic attack is a form of stroke that happens as a result of a temporary obstruction of blood supply to the brain.
Spinal disorders rely largely on old age. The spine, which has been subjected to the biggest load all its life, is stretched out over time. As a consequence, muscle and joint pain, waist and neck hernias, as well as traumatic lesions, cancers, congenital defects, spinal infection and deformity, can occur.