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Synonyms for neurosurgeon

someone who does surgery on the nervous system (especially the brain)

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On the spot are the consultant neurosurgeon who oversaw the bungled operation, the neurosurgery student who conducted it, the ward nurse, the theatre receiving nurse and the anaesthetist.
The neurosurgeons work with drills, saws and knives to slice through brains.
According to the neurosurgeon, the machine called Synergy-S or Linac-Based SRS is dedicated for both intra-cranial and extra cranial application.
I believe many neurosurgeons will be excited to see what the newest version of this technology will offer.
Both a neurologist and a neurosurgeon look after patients with conditions affecting the brain, the spinal cord and the nerves that supply muscles and detect sensations.
Azhar Ali Neurosurgeon is posted in Mardan Medical Complex Teaching Hospital as Neurosurgeon.
He was the founding member of the society of neurosurgeons of Pakistan.
It is essential for the pediatric neurosurgeon to acquire a detailed understanding of a vast amount of specialized anatomy, pathology and pathophysiology that is constantly changing throughout childhood.
Named one of the country's leading neurosurgeons by U.
To establish the impact of the medicolegal environment on the behaviours and perceptions of South African (SA) neurosurgeons, a 40-question online survey was distributed to registered SA neurosurgeons.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran started construction of the Middle-East's largest oncology research center in a ceremony attended by the distinguished Iranian neurosurgeon and medical scientist, Professor Majid Samiei, in the Northern city of Rasht.
Neurosurgeon Akis Lambrou told the press that a team of neurosurgeons from the General Hospital is doing their best for the Minister.
Quinones-Hinojosa and Raza (neurological surgery, oncology, neuroscience, cellular and molecular medicine, and neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital) supply neurosurgeons, oncologists, and neurologists with an evidence-based guide to brain tumor surgery that contains 49 chapters on various types of tumors and related controversies and evidence.
Neurosurgeons will lead a study to cut infection in adults and children with Hydrocephalus, known as water on the brain.
Although lumbar MFI is primarily analyzed and reported by a radiologist, neurosurgeons often analyse it independently as they have sufficient clinical background as well as radiological expertise to diagnose most spinal pathologies on Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).