What are inoperable brain tumors?
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Inoperable tumors are those that are unable to be removed surgically because of their location in the brain or because there are multiple tumors. Minimally invasive approaches as well as Gamma Knife radiosurgery are available for the treatment of these types of tumors.
Why rely on Washington University experts to treat inoperable brain tumors?
Washington University neurosurgeons are consistently among the first in the nation to use some of the most advanced techniques to help patients with complex, inoperable brain tumors.
Leading-edge treatments for inoperable brain tumors include: