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The program gives local students the opportunity to learn about brain surgery, health careers and health risks first-hand.
Becker's Hospital Review has named Providence St. Vincent Medical Center as one of 100 Hospitals with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs.
New tools allow surgeons to see and operate on pituitary and other brain tumors through the nose.
Hear how Providence Brain and Spine Institute surgeons used minimally invasive techniques to save the eyesight of a local man whose pituitary tumor was causing him to go blind.
They can affect your ability to grow, your eyesight and even your sense of smell. Did you know that 20 percent of people get pituitary tumors?
Pankaj Gore, M.D., removed a small, benign growth in a patient’s brain that was discovered by new imaging technology.
After her brain tumor was removed in the sophisticated iMRI operating suite, a woman is working hard to get better to keep up with her two sons.
Pankaja Gore, M.D., was able to remove a three centimeter tumor from a young girl's brain. Find out how this was done without an incision.
Providence neurosurgeons lead the region in minimally invasive procedures. These techniques allow them to treat conditions without surgery and with few, if any, incisions.