Ilyas Munshi, MD APMC is a board-certified

neurosurgeon

who has practiced neurological surgery in the

Lafayette

,

La.

area since 2001.

Dr. Munshi

specializes in brain, spinal and peripheral nerve surgery and spinal injections, but provides treatment for a wide variety of neurological and spinal disorders. Dr. Munshi is also committed to keeping up with the latest technology in

neurosurgery

and its best practices.
Adult and pediatric brain tumors
Pituitary tumors
Epilepsy and seizure surgery
Minimally invasive surgery
Complex spinal surgery
Computer-assisted image-guided surgery (neuronavigation)
Spinal pumps and stimulators
Spinal injections

Since 2001, the office of Ilyas Munshi, MD APMC has offered caring and adept

neurological

surgical treatment and care in the Lafayette, LA area. Led by

Dr. Munshi

, our staff is committed to providing the best possible care and a pleasant and comfortable experience for you and your loved ones.

Neurosurgeons

are involved with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the brain, spine and peripheral nerves. We understand that these disorders and traumas are probably unfamiliar and daunting to you and your family, but we promise to clearly explain to you your condition, your treatment options, and the risks and benefits of each one. 

Dr. Munshi

is board certified and active in the neurological surgery community.

Call today to schedule an appointment at (337) 234-5344 or click here to fill out our online appointment request order.


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Neurosurgeon Lafayette Louisiana - Dr. Ilyas Munshi
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Neurosurgeon Lafayette Louisiana - Dr. Ilyas Munshi
(337) 234-5344
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99 W. Martial Avenue
Lafayette, LA 70508
Neurosurgeon Lafayette Louisiana - Dr. Ilyas Munshi
Neurosurgeon Lafayette Louisiana - Dr. Ilyas Munshi

Frontal/parietal meningioma
June 7, 2015


Recently I operated on a young patient with a left frontal/parietal meningioma that was causing the patient headaches.

The first image shows the tumor pushing on the brain.


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