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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

Cavernous Malformation

Cavernous malformations are abnormally formed blood vessels in the brain or spinal cord which may cause seizures when the malformation occurs in the cerebral cortex, or surface layer of the brain.

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Amy Gadsden's Story

Amy Gadsden had a pituitary tumor that was causing hormone imbalance, leading to mood swings and physical illness. She was treated by Dr. Ferreira and his team in the UW Medicine Pituitary Program. Read her story ...

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