Pediatric Neurosurgery is a branch involving Surgical treatment of diseases of children affecting Brain and Spinal Cord.
A Pediatric Neurosurgeon commonly treats the following conditions:
Hydrocephalus; Craniostenosis; Craniosynostosis; Spinal Dysraphism; Spina Bifida; Arachnoid Cyst; Tethered Cord Syndrome; Brain Tumors in Children; Epilepsy; Head Trauma; Spinal Cord Tumors; Encephalocele; Spasticity; Cerebrovascular Disorders (AVM, Moya Moya Disease); Syringomyelia; Antenatal Counseling for Congenital Neurosurgical Issues; Chiari Malformations; Congenital Brain Anomalies
X - Rays Skull; Computed Tomography (CT) Scan of Head and Spine; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI); Fluoroscopy; Angiography; Biopsy; Cerebrospinal Fluid Analysis; Discography; Intrathecal Contrast-Enhanced Computed Tomography (CT) Scan(also called Cisternography); Myelography; Electroencephalography (EEG); Electromyography
Epilepsy Surgery; Spinal Cord Tumors Surgery; Encephalcole Surgery; Spasticity Surgery; Craniosynostosis Repair Surgery; Neuroendoscopy