Meningiomas, the most common primary brain tumor, can arise literally anywhere in the intracranial dura – the thick membrane that surrounds the brain – and even inside the fluid filled chambers of the brain. Neurosurgeons need to have a full surgical armamentarium for their removal, ideally using keyhole techniques that maximize tumor removal and minimize risk of collateral damage and complications. Read about Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s extensive meningioma experience.
Pacific Neuroscience Institute & The Ohio State University Surgeons Host Master Class in Keyhole & Endoscopic Brain Surgery in January 2019. Find out more and surgeons can register now.
The past year at Pacific Neuroscience Institute was one of amazing growth and transformational milestones. Read about what we have accomplished and what lies ahead in 2018 including a new clinic and novel clinical trials.
Although classified as benign, craniopharyngiomas pose a great challenge. Find out why Dr. Harvey Cushing, father of modern neurosurgery, called these pituitary tumors “the most formidable of intracranial tumors.”
SANTA MONICA (September 1, 2017) – Pacific Neuroscience Institute announced today the launch of PNI Medical Group’s affiliation with Providence Saint John’s Health Clinic.
At the Pacific Brain Tumor Center, we provide comprehensive care for patients with all types of brain tumors, including benign and malignant brain tumors, tumors of the skull base as well as metastatic brain tumors that arise from cancers elsewhere in the body. See more.
Pacific Neuroscience Institute clinical experts & researchers use advanced treatments for brain & neurological disorders. Watch our video & learn more!
Read about Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s journey towards the comprehensive treatment and care for patients suffering from various neurological disorders.
We welcome patients from around the globe and invite you to contact us. Here are a few of our patients who tell their stories. Juan from[ Read More ]
Doing what it takes to get the best care Being diagnosed with a brain tumor, skull base tumor or pituitary adenoma is a frightening, life-altering event.[ Read More ]