Transcranial magnetic stimulation is used across medical specialties in both the treatment and diagnosis of neurological conditions. Here, we explain how it works, and what it can be used for.
Brain tumour surgery is complex and can be challenging for the surgeon, but there are many new methods and techniques surfacing which are making the surgery safer and more effective.
DSD is relatively common in the Western world, due to its ageing population. Most people over the age of 40 experience some degree of degeneration, with people over 70 even more commonly and severely affected. Professor Ashkan, leading neurosurgeon, explains the condition.
Professor Keyoumars Ashkan gives an overview of neurostimulation explaining how it has been developed and the most typical conditions it is used for today.