Cranial Endoscopy

Cranial endoscopy is a technique increasingly used in neurosurgery, being a little invasive to access the cranial cavity through an endoscope procedure. Through small holes in the body can be accessed with the endoscopic device to it to carry out different types of surgeries that were previously much more complicated operations and requiring completely open the skull. Also, thanks to the endoscope can be displayed hidden spaces of the brain, in all angles, making it very useful for interventions such as those to treat ulnar nerve entrapment (which occurs in the elbow). By using the endoscope in this operation it is accomplished the final scar is much smaller than in conventional procedures.
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