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Neuro Oncology

At Delray Medical Center, our Neuro-Oncology Program is committed to providing our patients with the latest diagnostic studies and treatment options for brain tumors and neurological issues related to cancer. Our participation in nationally-led clinical research promotes the advanced treatment options for our patients battling central nervous system tumors. With the multidisciplinary approach taken by our team, we create a comprehensive treatment plan unique to each of our patients.

Tumors We Treat

Our program provides treatment for patients with the following tumors:

  • Gliomas
  • Meningioma
  • Vestibular schwannoma
  • Central nervous system lymphoma
  • Metastatic Brain and Spine Tumors
  • Spinal cord tumors

Treatment Options

NeuroBlate System for MRI Guided Neurosurgical Ablation

This system allows for our highly trained neurosurgeons to operate on brain tumors that in the past were unable to reached or operated on. This system allows for the surgeon to see what is occurring inside the brain while operating on the brain tumor.  

Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery

This surgical approach  is designed to safely move through the natural structure of the brain to access and remove deep seated brain abnormalities such as tumors and hemorrhages. With advancements in technology, this approach has  reduced some of the risks of subcortical brain tumor removal. 

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