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Published on Dec 5, 2013

Dr. Christopher Loftus, chair of Neurosurgery at Loyola, is highly skilled in all forms of neurological surgery, from spinal surgery to brain tumors. He specializes in brain aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations and carotid artery surgery for stroke. Patients who need carotid surgery sometimes experience symptoms, sometimes they don't. Usually the patient's primary care physician has ordered tests that require follow-up, whether that means conservative management of the disease or surgery. Dr. Loftus talks about how Loyola's renowned team of neurosurgeons can treat any possible neuro condition. Dr. Loftus knows that his patients are usually quite shaken by news of their test results or diagnosis when they see him for the first time. But he explains all the treatment options and works with the patient to come to a decision on the best course of treatment. For more information or to make an appointment, please call (708) 216-3208.

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