With well above 100 Neurovascular and Skull Base operations and counting, we are indeed meeting our mission statement - providing equal opportunity to discourage medical tourism.
It is only possible through collaboration with international medical equipment supply and service companies such as Carl-Zeiss Germany, Medtronic USA, etc. And facilitated by uncommon support and passion for excellence and quality assurance driven by top-class surgeons including but not limited to Tony Anigbo, Biodun Ogungbo, etc.
We will continue to push the limits in our renewed determination to contribute our quota to the rapidly changing face of contemporary Medicare.
Case presentation by one of Wellington's Consultant Neurosurgeon.
Medical advocacy and improving awareness on Corona Virus disease by Dr Anigbo Anthony MD, JD,FACS.,Chief Consultant Neurosurgeon, Head of medical Advisory Board, Wellington Clinics, Maitama Abuja.
Sub frontal approach for excision Giant Pituitary Adenoma becomes necessary when vision is compromised and less invasive options such as Transphenoidal approaches are unlikely to provide adequate decompression. It poses a challenge like most Skull Base Surgeries due to difficult Surgical Corridor, complicated neurovascular network and microsurgical equipment.
Despite all challenges it has become a routine at the Wellington Neurological Centre because we remain resolute in providing equal opportunity locally such that anyone who choose to go abroad for such treatments is not because there are no better platforms locally.
The video monitor of this microsurgery is a confirmation of the profound capacity in our center. And we are resolute in taking it higher especially with the travel restrictions due to the Covid Pandemic.