Unique operation was carried out in Kazakhstan
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Unique operation was carried out in Kazakhstan

For the first time in Central Asia, leading physicians of the national center of neurosurgery together with Professor Walter Shtumer from Germany performed microsurgical removal of a malignant brain tumor using intraoperative fluorescence.
         Intraoperative fluorescence navigation is used in the surgical treatment of brain tumors and for detection (emission) of tumor tissue. For the purpose of a good view of the operated area, the patient takes a special solution with the drug few hours before the operation. This drug penetrates the tumor cell and fluoresces in a certain range of light, that is, malignant tumor is highlighted in blue, while healthy cells remain red. This technique allows the neurosurgeon to remove the tumor more radically without damaging vital brain structures.
According to the head of the pathology department of the central nervous system, Nurzhan Ryskeldieva,  this year, doctors of the National Center Neurosurgery were  trained in Germany for medical technology "Microsurgical removal of brain glioma using intraoperative fluorescence", which is widely used now in the center of neurosurgery. The advantage and novelty of this method is the use of intraoperative fluorescence that can increase the radical resection of malignant tumors compared to conventional microsurgery and increase recurrence-free survival of patients.
To date, the primary central nervous system tumors account for about 2% of all tumors and occupy the first line of deaths among people under the cancer pathology. About 60% of primary brain tumors are different types of glioma, 55-60% of which are malignant. In 1998, German professor Walter Shtummer began development of intraoperative fluorescence navigation, and only in 2009 this assisting method for the first time began to be applied in Europe. Today, intraoperative fluorescence navigation is the next step in the development of neuro-oncology. It has already been recognized in the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, and now in Kazakhstan.
    

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