The DPRK is scoring successes in the treatment of children’s brain tumour by introducing new therapies.
Medical workers of the neurosurgery department of the Okryu Children’s Hospital succeeded in performing the selective dorsal rhizotomy of a four-year-old child. This operation, the first of its kind in the country, took two hours.
The method has been widely introduced into the neurosurgery sector across the country.
They also developed therapies for curing over ten kinds of incurable diseases, including inosculation of moyamoya disease and traumatic cranial defects.