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Both neurologists and neurosurgeons can use minimally invasive endoscopic or catheter-based procedures, using miniature instruments to repair or reinforce blood vessels in the brain. Income Specifics. One key difference between neurology and neurological surgery is income.
Neurologist vs. Neurosurgeon. There are considerable differences between neurologists and neurosurgeons. When it comes to medical management, however, there is also significant overlap between the two. Neurosurgery is closely associated with neurology in that both require specialized knowledge of the nervous system and its functions.
Both neurologists and neurosurgeons treat people who have conditions that affect the nervous system. However, neurosurgeons perform surgery, whereas neurologists do not.
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The neurologists, neurosurgeons and other providers with Norton Neuroscience Institute are renowned for providing outstanding care and compassion. Highly trained, our physicians provide specialized neurological care. Subspecialties include neurovascular care, brain tumor treatment, pediatric neurological care, spine care and more.
When you call Neurology and Neurosurgery Associates, P.A. of Winter Haven, FL, you'll get nothing less than thorough medical diagnosis and treatment. From MRI and X-ray to pain management and weight loss management, we have you covered. Our Medical Practice has been serving Polk County since 1965!
Ramamurthi Balasubramaniam (30 January 1922 – 13 December 2003) was an Indian neurosurgeon, author, editor, a pioneer in neurosurgery in India and often recognized as the Father of Neurosurgery of India. He set up the Department of Neurosurgery at the Government General Hospital, Chennai in 1950, the Department of Neurosurgery at the Madras Medical College and founded the Institute of Neurology, Madras in the 1970s. He was awarded the Padma Bhushan and the Dhanvantri Award for his contribution to the field of Neurosurgery in India.
Brian T. Andrews (born June 5, 1955) is a neurosurgeon specializing in pediatric neurosurgery, minimally invasive spinal surgery, brain tumors, neuro-oncology, neurotrauma, spinal stenosis and general neurosurgery. He is chairman of the Department of Neurosciences at California Pacific Medical Center and a founder of the California Pacific Neuroscience Institute.
Rahul Jandial, M.D., Ph.D. is an American, dual-trained brain surgeon and neuroscientist at City of Hope in Los Angeles, a hospital for cancer treatment designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute. Jandial is an associate professor with expertise in the surgical treatment of cancers of the nervous system. His research focuses on brain tumors that arise from the spread of breast cancer cells into the brain (metastases). After completing his neurosurgical training and doctorate at the University of California, San Diego, he was accepted into fellowship at Stanford University and recruited as faculty at Harvard University . He chose City of Hope to launch his career and has been there since 2009. He also guest starred on Superhuman, the TV show.