wyoming neurology patient portal

by Jeffery Zboncak 5 min read
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Who is the head of central Wyoming neurology?

Headed by Neurologist Dr. Angelo M. Santiago, he and his staff work with patients to take care of concerns of the brain and nervous system. Effective May 1st, 2019 Memorial Hospital of Converse County brought the entirety of Central Wyoming Neurology into our network of services and providers.

What do I need to use my Patient Portal?

All you need is an internet connection. Patients of Wyoming Medical Center and the affiliated practices of Wyoming Health Medical Group LLC can use My Patient Portal to: Schedule appointments with your primary care provider or request appointments with a specialist

What does a neurosurgeon at Wyoming Medical Center do?

Neurosurgeons specialize in caring for your brain, spine and central nervous system. Neurosurgery is one of the most sophisticated surgical specialties at Wyoming Medical Center. Only a handful of hospitals in the Rocky Mountain regions provide such a high level of medical expertise.

Who is the new neurologist at Memorial Hospital of Converse County?

Effective May 1st, 2019 Memorial Hospital of Converse County brought the entirety of Central Wyoming Neurology into our network of services and providers. Dr. Angelo M. Santiago and Physician Assistant Todd Erickson will hold clinic in Casper, Douglas, and Gillette.

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What is Wyoming Medical Center?

Wyoming Medical Center Neurosciences combines specialists in neurology, interventional radiology and neurosurgery to offer the region’s most comprehensive care of the brain, spine and central nervous system. This team approach means you always have the right specialist involved in your care.

What is the procedure to remove a tumor from the brain?

This procedure is commonly used to repair brain aneurysms, remove brain tumors or remove a blood clot. Carotid Endarterectomy removes plaque from the carotid artery. Vascular surgeons widen the passageway of the artery, allowing for better blood flow. The artery is then repaired with sutures or a graft.

What type of surgery is done at Wyoming Medical Center?

Some of the common brain and spine surgeries done at Wyoming Medical Center include: Craniotomy involves the opening of the skill for neurosurgeons to access the brain for repair of various brain conditions. During this procedure, the patient is put under general anesthesia and is fully unconscious.

What is a neurology?

Neurologists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles in both adults and children. Our neurologists are an integral part of our Primary Stroke Center, the state’s first such center certified by the Joint Commission.

What is a carotid duplex?

A carotid duplex is used to identify plaque build-up, blood clots of other problems with blood flow. A Doppler ultrasound is used to examine various veins and blood vessels in the body.

How does a neurosurgeon treat brain aneurysms?

The neurosurgeon shaves an area of the scalp and makes an incision through the scalp over the area where the brain condition exists. A hole is then drilled through the skill so the surgeon can access the brain. This procedure is commonly used to repair brain aneurysms, remove brain tumors or remove a blood clot.

How is contrast dye injected into a catheter?

A contrast dye is injected through the catheter and fluoroscope is used to project images of the vessels onto a monitor for the physician to examine.

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