Retromastoid Craniotomy Newport Beach & Orange County, CA
Retromastoid Craniotomy Procedure in Orange County
The less invasive retromastoid approach is a safe and effective keyhole procedure that is performed through an incision behind the ear to create a small bony opening to access tumors or lesions located in the back areas of the brain, where the brainstem and major nerves are located.
Robert Louis, MD has the experience, education, and training in using this minimally invasive approach for the removal of acoustic schwannomas, meningioma, epidermoid cysts, hemangioblastomas, and metastatic brain tumors.
With Retromastoid Approach:
- Dr. Louis can safely access and remove tumors located back of the brain.
- Only a small incision is made behind the ear.
- Cutting-edge instruments are used for dissection and tumor removal.
Benefits of Retromastoid Approach:
- Minimal scarring
- Less trauma to the brain and critical nerves
- Reduced risk of neurological damage
- Fewer side effects
- Faster recovery time
- Improved quality of life
Robert Louis, MD, a fellowship-trained Orange County Neurosurgeon, is the Director of the Skull Base and Pituitary Tumor Program at Hoag Memorial Hospital in Orange County, California. Dr. Louis has particular expertise in the endoscopic and minimally invasive treatment of benign and malignant brain tumors, sellar and parasellar tumors, and skull base tumors.