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Neurological Surgery Clinical Services
Spine Surgery


Overview:

Spinal conditions requiring surgical intervention may result from congenital malformations, degeneration associated with age or disease, and/or traumatic injuries. Often these clinical problems manifest with pain, deformity, or structural instability. UW Neurological Surgeons use the most current diagnostic tools and effective procedures to help children and adults with spinal conditions where surgery offers the best option for successful treatment.

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Featured Articles for Patients

Acoustic Neuroma

Our neurosurgeons provide radiosurgery (Gamma Knife), microsurgery and rehabilitation for patients with acoustic neuroma, or vestibular neuroma: a common tumor of the skull base.

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Featured Patient Story

Kelsey Deschamps' Story

Kelsey Deschamps had a cavernous malformation that was causing persistent sinus problems. Dr. Laligam Sekhar performed surgery to remove the cavernoma, and she has recovered and attends college at the University of Montana. Read her story ...

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