King Saud University Medical City Successfully Treats Child with Recurrent Brain Strokes
A remarkable surgical procedure was performed by a skilled medical team at the Medical City of King Saud University, resulting in the successful treatment of a young girl suffering from recurrent brain strokes.
The girl had been diagnosed with Moyamoya syndrome, a rare condition that causes chronic narrowing of the brain's arteries, ultimately leading to strokes. The surgical team thoroughly examined the case and performed a unique procedure that involved connecting the facial arteries to the brain arteries, effectively compensating for the impaired blood supply to the brain.
Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Dukkan, a highly experienced neurosurgeon at the Medical City, confirmed that the operation was successful without any complications, and the young girl has regained her full mental and motor faculties and she is currently receiving medical and rehabilitation care.
The Medical City at King Saud University is renowned for its exceptional medical staff who possess extensive experience in neurosurgery and utilize advanced medical devices and technologies, enabling them to perform intricate and delicate operations such as this one.