Brain is a vital organ that controls different body organs. Brain surgery is performed when a person is diagnosed with cerebral aneurysms, brain tumors and brain hemorrhage or when a patient has weak blood vessels in the brain. Conditions and symptoms for brain surgery vary from person to person depending on their condition. Nausea, seizures, headache and drowsiness are some of the common symptoms that require a brain surgery. Brain surgery is also performed to repair damage caused to the tissue covering the brain. The surgery is also necessary for removing brain infections or to relieve serious nerve pain.
Brain Surgery Procedures
Additional Surgical Procedures for Brain Tumors