Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery(Functional Stereotaxy) for Stroke

Medical Condition before Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery (Functional Stereotaxy) for Stroke

Mr. Liu was admitted to Beijing Puhua International Hospital due to stroke. He was experienced headache, vomiting with no obvious reason 8 days prior to admission. His headache was described as “blunt pain,” especially on the right frontal-temporal area. There was no sense of spinning, nor coma. He suffered vomiting, and his mouth was noted to be askew to the right. Spontaneous movements of left half of his body was absent.

Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery (Functional Stereotaxy) for Stroke

After admission, several medical protocols were applied, including minimally invasive brain surgery to repair the injured brain tissues, medical improvement of neural function and metabolism, combined with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and rehabilitation therapy.

Medical Condition after Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery for Stroke

After stereotactic treatment for stroke, he began to walk by himself. Headache and tinnitus (which were present over the previous 30 years were resolved. The chronic gall-bladder disease (present for over 20 years) also became better. He was without dizziness, nausea or other discomfort, and enjoyed more regular eating and sleeping, with no startle-responses at night. The nasal-labial groove was bilaterally symmetrical. The deviation of his mouth was resolved. No deviation was noted during tongue protrusion. Muscular tension became normal. Pathological signs were not elicited. Meningeal irritatation sign was negative.