Neurosurgeons specialise in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system including congenital anomalies, trauma, tumors, vascular disorders, infections of the brain or spine, stroke or degenerative diseases of the spine.
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Neurosurgery is the branch of surgical medicine concerned with the treatment of disorders and conditions of the central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system (PNS).
An incredibly challenging and complex surgical specialty, our experienced neurosurgery expert witnesses are each doctors of medicine who will have had six years in a residency programme for neurosurgery before qualifying as a neurosurgeon. In their professional life a neurosurgery expert witness will have had patients requiring treatment for a wealth of medical conditions and diseases which interfere with the CNS and PNS.
Amongst their scope of surgical experience will be brain surgery, radiosurgery, stem cell implantation, complex cervical surgery, spinal fusion surgery, spinal instrumentation, endoscopic surgery, peripheral nerve surgery, and vascular and endovascular neurosurgery. Such surgeries may be effective treatments for spinal stenosis (narrowing of spinal column compressing the spinal cord), scoliosis (sideway curving of the spine), neurotrauma (including stroke, injury), brain disorders and brain damage.
Additionally, a neurosurgery expert witness will often have specialism within neuro-oncology which looks to treat cancer of the nervous system including brain tumours, spinal cancers (metastases), lymphoma, glioma, and meningioma.
Since the field covered by a neurosurgery expert is so vast, it is unsurprising that a neurosurgery expert witness will be called upon by a solicitor for an array of cases. Where brain damage has occurred as a result of trauma – intentional or accidental – and a case has been built around it, a neurosurgery expert witness can perform neurological assessments alongside evaluation of the evidence to determine how and to what extent the trauma has caused the brain damage.
Typically, a neurosurgery expert witness will also be instructed to assist in cases of medical negligence, neurosurgical errors, and malpractice. The profound knowledge of a neurosurgery expert witness will be able to shed significant light upon very complex and specialised information. Any conclusions formed, and the method which took them there will be written into a neurosurgery report. The neurosurgery expert witness may also give their expert opinion to the court.