NEUROVASCULAR

COMPRESSION

 

 

INTRODUCTION

 

 

 

Dear visitor,

Withthis site we would like to assist and provide you with information on hyperactive cranial nerve dysfunctions, the so called neurovascular compressionssyndromes. The classic neurovascular compressionsyndromes include

         trigeminal neuralgia,

         hemifacial spasm,

         glossopharyngeal neuralgia.

The principle of neurovascular compression, as the most commun cause of these dysfunctions is explained. Highly specialized surgical and conservative methods of treatment, like the microvascular decompression, radiofrequency and stereotactic radiosurgery are introduced.

Furthermore you will have an insight into our research activities on this subject. Here some of the actual problems:

         Etiologic relationship between arterial hypertension and neurovascular compression of the ventrolateral medulla at the level of the cranial nerves IX & X,

         The role of microvascular decompression in the treatment of severe resistant essential arteriel hypertension,

         Development of modern methods of imaging and image processing for the 3D-visualization of neurovascular relationships in this region,

         Intraoperative application of 3D-visualization.

We appreciate to receive your oppinion, questions and your suggestions. We hope our information are beneficial for you and for further information please contact us under CONSULTATION or CONTACT.

 

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