Endoscopic Procedures

Endoscopic Procedures are minimally invasive procedures that use flexible tubes (endoscopes) that may or may not have a camera on the end of it.  These flexible tubes which are advanced surgical tools allow physicians to make smaller incisions and obtain detailed video images of the brain. Small instruments that can cut, sample, or destroy abnormal tissue or tumors can also be passed through these tubes, allowing intricate surgery to be performed with little or no trauma.