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Radiosurgery Versus Microsurgery for Cavernous Sinus Meningiomas: What Does the Literature Say?

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Portrait of Michael W. McDermott, MD, FAANS

Michael McDermott, MD, FAANS

Neurosurgery, Miami Neuroscience Institute, Coral Gables, Florida, USA

Michael W. McDermott, MD, FAANS, is chief medical executive of Miami Neuroscience Institute, formerly known as Baptist Health Neuroscience Center. Previously, he was co-director of the Gamma Knife and CyberKnife Radiosurgery Program at UCSF Medical Center, where he cared for patients with a wide range of conditions, including brain tumors, neurological cancers, central nervous system infections and hydrocephalus. His specialty is stereotactic neurosurgery, such as Gamma Knife radiosurgery, in particular for tumors of the central nervous system, meningiomas and skull base conditions.

McDermott earned his medical degree cum laude from the University of Toronto. After completing a residency in neurosurgery at the University of British Columbia, he was awarded a research fellowship in neuro-oncology from the UCSF Brain Tumor Research Center.

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