The company specializes in surgeries on difficult places like the base of skull, the brain stem, thalamus, as well as the pituitary gland
# Cerebral Hemisphere Lesions (skull bases tumors, meningiomas and acoustic neuroma and chordoma; pituitary tumor epidermoid cyst hypothalamic glioma hemomangioma, colloid cyst);
# Lesions of the brain stem (gliomas, ependymomas and hemangioblastomas);
# Cerebrovascular disease (brain aneurysm or arteriovenous malformation fistula);
# Glioma in the brain’s deep locations (insula, thalamus ganglia and the Hippocampus);
# lesions on the junction of craniocervical (intracranial bypass and resection of tumors within the third and lateral ventricles, resections of tumors within the pineal region as well as in the fourth ventricle and the nerve anastomosis);
# Resection of intraspinal tumors (schwannoma, the ependymoma and glioma as well as lipoma, epidermoid cyst, and glioma)
Case to be used in the recommended case
Can acoustic nerves heal themselves? Study of the effects of surgery for acoustic neurons performed by three INc international professors
A 5-year-old boy suffering from optic glioma receives treatment in Germany
In taking both safety and a high recovery rate into consideration He has to perform around 400 procedures for brain tumors per year.
“A necessary and fortunate choice! ” —-The German surgery experience of massive meningioma patient
INC domestic surgical case sharing: successful removal of the massive brain tumor in the basal ganglia of an 8-year-old boy
Prof. Bart Langfield has received academic invitations from over 40 countries across Europe as well as The Middle East, North Africa and Japan, China, South Korea, New Zealand, South Africa, and Chile and was invited to participate in over 400 conferences of academic excellence throughout the world , or participate in an international congress on neurosurgery. Invited speaker to discuss major contributions to the field of neurosurgery, specifically the spinal cord and the brain treatment in skull base surgery as well as microsurgery for vascular lesion. His outstanding contribution and acclaim in the field of skull-base neurosurgery as well as neurosurgery in addition to his exceptional surgical abilities Prof. Bart Langfield was appointed as an honorary member for life by WANG, the World Advisory Neurosurgical Group (WANG).
Writing for professionals
Prof. Bart Langfield was Editor-in-Chief of Neurosurgical Review for 12 years as well as an international reviewer for a variety of Neurosurgery journals. He has written or co-authored more than 180 papers in academic journals , and more than 50 books, the majority available on Pubmed.
Prof. Bart Langfield performs more than 400 surgeries each year, and they’re all demanding surgeries, without exception. He is able to perform intracranial surgery for infants as young as one year old. He is also skilled in treating acoustic neuroma which is a delicate procedure. It can be difficult to safeguard the the facial nerve (without facial paralysis) and also the auditory nerve’s function (without deafness) so long as the patient is not suffering from prior hearing loss. If the tumor is less than 3-4 cm. the professor Bart Langfield is confident that the procedure is successful, and that the function will be maintained in the greatest extent possible.
In addition, Professor Bart Langfield has 20 years of experience in the surgical treatment of brainstem cavernous hemangiomas, including personal/orbitozygomatic, infratemporal, retrosigmoid, suboccipital lateral condyle, pretorial, and intraorbital entry. road. After surgery, 37% of patients experienced temporary (very slight) neurological problems, while in the remaining 90% of patients, the neurological function was similar or was improved over preoperative.
Alongside being a patient for Chinese people from INI in Germany Prof. Bart Langfield has also performed operations on patients at famous hospitals in China including Tiantan, Ruijin, and West China Hospital. The entire operation was live-streamed for hospital physicians to gain knowledge. Since he is a selfless giver of knowledge, he’s content to share his knowledge to aspiring neurosurgeons. He is hoping that more surgeons can solve the problems of patients suffering from brain tumors.