Future advances in neurological surgery will lead to less invasive treatment of brain tumors, aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations. Multi-modality therapy is key to successful treatment of brain diseases. Leading neurosurgeon speaks about future advances in neurosurgery. Future advances in neurological surgery. Dr. Anton Titov, MD. Interview with leading neurosurgeon. Dr. Arthur L. Day, MD. What is a future for vascular neurosurgery? More minimally invasive and combination of endovascular and open brain surgery approaches. Evolution of Neurosurgery moves in the direction of combination of treatment modalities. Advances and Innovations in Vascular Neurosurgery will continue to benefit patients. Neurosurgeons will treat brain aneurysms and brain vascular malformations with minimally invasive methods. Dr. Anton Titov, MD. Video interview with leading expert in cerebrovascular neurosurgery and minimally invasive neurosurgery. Future advances in neurological surgery. Medical second opinion confirms that meningioma brain tumor diagnosis is correct and complete. Medical second opinion also confirms that meningioma brain tumor treatment is required. Medical second opinion helps to choose the best treatment for meningioma brain tumor. Get medical second opinion on meningioma and be confident that your treatment is the best. Future advances in neurological surgery. Dr. Arthur L. Day, MD. Neurosurgery is the field that changes very rapidly. There is a lot of technological advance in neurosurgery. Neurosurgery has accumulating experience. Dr. Anton Titov, MD. Where do you see the field of neurosurgery in 10 years? How will cerebrovascular neurosurgery develop in the next 10 years? What kind of treatments and maybe diagnostic studies patients will have that are rare or not possible today? Dr. Arthur L. Day, MD. (Neurosurgeon, University of Texas). Increasingly minimally invasive procedures to repair potential problem are common. We do not have to go through the haircut. The opening of the skull are more attractive. On the other hand there is no substitute to taking something out in the closed space called the skull. So neurosurgeons will always going to be needed. Obviously, on the other hand, aneurysms need to be treated before they rupture. That's better for everybody. It's better if you could treat the aneurysms through the endovascular catheter. That's better for everybody. Dr. Anton Titov, MD. Could you treat brain tumors and make them go away without surgery? Well, not if they have grown to a certain size. Because you have to make them smaller. So all those things are going to make a neurosurgeon essential. Because neurosurgeons are the only ones who know how to get inside that head. But yet ideally we will have better ways of preventing the disease. We will do earlier treatment than we have now. So that's the future of neurosurgery. Once we get involved though, we have to be computer savvy, hand savvy, eye savvy. We have to have microsurgery skills, we have to know our anatomy. We have to know aneurysms, we must know our diseases and treat them very well. The need for that will always be there, in my opinion. Dr. Arthur L. Day, MD. Dr. Day, thank you very much for this very interesting conversation. Dr. Anton Titov, MD. I hope that our viewers and people around the world will continue to benefit from your expertise. We hope to consult you when there is a neurosurgical question to discuss. Thank you, Dr. Titov. Future advances in neurological surgery. Cerebrovascular neurosurgery, brain tumor treatment, traumatic brain injury and minimally invasive spine surgery.