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Acoustic neuroma treatment may vary, depending on the size and growth of the acoustic neuroma, patient's health and symptoms.
Treatment for acute stroke has the greatest chance of working well if it is given within the first 3 hours after symptoms start.
It is possible to remove an AVM from the brain using conventional brain surgery or to destroy it by stereotactic radiosurgery using a CyberKnife
Investigating and treating back pain at The London Clinic involves multi-disciplinary teams of neurologists and spinal specialists. A fixed-price package for this treatment is available from £995.
Neurosurgeons practicing at The London Clinic have the expertise and facilities to perform complex surgery on conditions that affect blood vessels in ...
A brain aneurysm can be identified before it ruptures using brain scans. It can then be treated surgically in one of two ways: Microvascular cli...
The London Clinic offers a range of tests to detect brain cancer in an efficient and comfortable environment. High-tech imaging performed by specialist neuro-radiologists can help so that you can be offered the best treatment for your individual needs.
Neurosurgeons at The London Clinic work in multi-disciplinary teams to carry out biopsies of brain tumours and cysts, and to perform brain surgery to ...
Carpal tunnel syndrome causes numbness in your thumb, index and middle fingers. A carpal tunnel release should improve your symptoms and prevent permanent nerve damage. An All-inclusive package for this treatment is available from £1,730.
The symptoms of a cavernoma can be controlled using anti-convulsants and pain killers but these have no impact on the blood vessel malformation. If a...
Our treatment strategy is similar to the one we use for chronic migraine.  Patients with chronic daily headache often respond better compared to ...
The CyberKnife at The London Clinic is located on one of the lower floors of the cancer centre. A growing number of consultants who practice at The Lo...
Initial treatment for epilepsy will usually involve taking anticonvulsants. Other treatment options include a ketogenic diet, and surgery.
Treatment is used to ease symptoms; the most frequently used medicines are propranolol, a medicine usually used to control high blood pressure, and pr...
Intra-operative radiotherapy is when a very localised, high dose of radiation is given at the same time as the surgical treatment for brain cancer (glioblastoma). The London Clinic is one of the few sites in the UK to offer treatment with the Carl Zeiss Intrabeam® system - a miniaturised X-ray device which is located within our on-site theatres.
Central nervous system infections are very serious. Because the brain controls everything we do, from speaking and moving, to breathing, any change to...
Lifestyle advice: reducing migraines by avoiding triggers Migraines are quite often triggered by specific factors in food and drink, or from behavi...
Treatment of the neurological symptoms associated with paraneoplastic syndrome is complex and may involve oncologists, neuro-oncologists, neurologists...
At The London Clinic, our treatment options of drugs or deep brain stimulation are supported by a range of additional therapies.
If you are suspected of having a pituitary tumour, diagnostic imaging techniques can confirm this and establish the exact size and location of the tumour.
Until recently there was no objective test to help establish the diagnosis of the small fibre neuropathy. This has significantly changed with the introduction of the measurement of intraepidermal nerve fibre density.
A subarachnoid haemorrhage is a medical emergency. A CT scan is carried out urgently on anyone with a suspected bleed. A lumbar puncture may also be d...
Ventriculostomy introduces a drainage hole in the base of one of the ventricles of the brain so that excess fluid can drain through to the base of the...

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