Keyhole Brain surgery is a
minimally invasive surgical procedure performed to remove brain tumours. This
procedure allows for the removal of skull-based tumour through a small incision
behind the ear, providing access to the cerebellum and brainstem. Neurosurgeons may use this
approach to reach certain tumours, such as meningiomas and acoustic
neuromas (vestibular schwannomas). These approaches for the treatment of skull-based
tumour are technically demanding that remains a role foe conventional large craniotomy.