- Radiation treatment: Includes the safest, most effective radiation therapies available today, including Interoperative Radiation Therapy (IORT), Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT), and Three-Dimension Conformal Radiation Therapy (3D CRT). Radiation may be used as a standalone therapy or in conjunction with surgery.
Microsurgery is major surgery to remove as much of your tumor as possible. It requires the use of an operating microscope, along with specialized tools and techniques. Our neurosurgeons also utilize neurophysiological monitoring during operations, which tracks the electrical activity within your brain to make sure brain function and response aren’t compromised during your procedure.
Physicians are now able to use endoscopic techniques to remove brain tumors. If your glioma occurs in the brain’s ventricles (areas that store brain fluid), neuroendoscopy may be the right treatment option for you. In neuroendoscopy, your specialist accesses and removes your tumor by inserting an endoscope (a thin, lighted tube) into your ventricles. This procedure does not require any incisions, which means less pain, less scarring, and a faster recovery compared to traditional surgery.
We have ear, nose, and throat surgeons and neurosurgeons that specialize in endoscopic techniques. These surgeons work side by side during procedures using state-of-the-art tools, like neuronavigation, to ensure exceptional outcomes for our patients.