Brain Tumour area

The Clínica Universidad de Navarra has a multidisciplinary Brain Tumour Area, which is completely at our patients´ disposal.

We carry out diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care for a wide variety of benign and malignant brain tumours.

When considering treatment, it's important to receive a multidisciplinary service, such as our Brain Tumour Area, where each specialist uses their wealth of experience to benefit the patient.

Our centre has a wide range of resources and techniques available. This multidisciplinary approach means that we can offer the patient the best treatment possible, and above all, dedicate our time to them. In this way, we can offer a personalised medical experience.

We are leaders in research in this area. Research work on glioblastomas is being developed by specialists in the Clínica, to improve the efficiency of personalised cell vaccinations for treating brain tumours. Currently, the Clínica is the top Spanish hospital developing research in this field.

Neurocirujanos de la Clínica Universidad de Navarra han comprobado, en más de 120 pacientes con un tumor cerebral, la eficacia de realizar la cirugía en un quirófano con resonancia magnética intraoperatoria, sin aumentar los riesgos de la intervención. El único quirófano con resonancia de alto campo de España se encuentra en la Clínica Universidad de Navarra.
Research studies have shown that the survival and cure rate for brain tumours depends, in good measure, on the total extirpation of the tumour. [Video only available in Spanish]

For an immunotherapy treatment to be efficient, we use a fluorescent microscope in the operating theatre, which increases the percentage of tumorous tissue removed".

Incorporating MRI scans into the diagnostic techniques for brain tumours has been a great advantage in the development of Neuroradiology. It is also used for an efficient metabolic and functional evaluation of the brain and is used to guide the surgeon during a biopsy or to check that a tumour exeresis has been successfully completed.

We currently use imaging techniques such as PET scans which, using specific radiopharmaceuticals, provide information about different molecular occurrences, physiopathological processes and tumorous metabolic pathways that could improve the clinical diagnosis.

We offer the following treatments to fight against your disease:



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