Minimally Invasive Pituitary and Skull Base Center

GBMC's Minimally Invasive Pituitary and Skull Base Center offers new hope to patients with skull base tumors.
 
Traditionally, tumors of the skull base would require invasive brain surgery that could result in disfiguring facial scars, long hospital stays, and significant discomfort.
Now, endoscopic surgical techniques are used to approach diseases of the pituitary gland, nose and skull base, offering comparable outcomes, but with significantly reduced discomfort and hospital stays.
 
Using instruments inserted through the nasal cavity, surgeons are able to remove tumors without cutting or damaging other parts of the skull. This approach involves the skills of both an otolaryngologist and a neurosurgeon, that work together to remove the tumor.
 
Patients choosing endoscopic skull base surgery at GBMC, can rest assured that they are in the expert hands of two of the area's most skilled surgeons; Bimal Rami, MD and Marc Dubin, MD, FACS.


Bimal Rami, MD
Co-Director
6535 N Charles St, Suite #600
Baltimore, MD 21204
443-849-4270
 Marc G. Dubin, MD, FACS
Co-Director
6565 N Charles St, Suite #601
Towson, MD 21204
410-821-5151
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