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To be a brain surgeon what would you have to major in college?


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Answered 2008-05-04 02:23:45

what majors will i take in college to become a brain surgeon?


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I'm assuming you mean 'what does a surgeon do' Well, it really depends what kind of surgeon you mean. Surgeons preform surgery on patients. So a brain surgeon would preform surgery on the brain, a knee surgeon on the knee and so on and so forth.

to be a heart surgeon you would need to be in college for about 15-18 years give or take a few.

A surgeon is a physician. It would take four years for the bachelor's degree with completion of all prerequisite coursework and four years of medical school. There would also be an additional three or more years to complete the internship and residency requirements.

That would be a neurosurgeon. They specialize in brain and spinal surgery.

Clearly that would depend on the age at which he or she started.

A surgeon would cut open the skull to enter the cranial cavity to operate on the brain

You would need a medical degree and residency in surgery to become a surgeon. If you become a registered nurse, you could assist a surgeon.

You would find a brain in your skull but do not try to get it because you will kill yourself without skills of a surgeon. Apparently, your brain is NOT in your skull or anywhere in your body if you have to ask where your brain is located.

Typically, to become a surgeon, you would need a four year college degree and a three year medical school degree. After that, there would be internship, surgical residency, and possibly a fellowship before practicing.

A colorectal surgeon specializes in issues having to do with the colon, rectum, and anus. You would see a colorectal surgeon for any colorectal cancer, hemorrhoids, polyps or any major lower digestive issue.

Your academic path in college is referred to as your? your best choicr would be College major. apex-college major

he would need to know how to use a knife and how to cut somebodys poor scalp off!

If you go tomedical school, (depending on your profession) courses will be recommended.

In order to become a breast implant surgeon, one would need to attend college to earn your PhD and specialize in plastic surgery. Then one would need to become board certified in order to practice as a breast implant surgeon.

a very good one. That is not a logical answer, this is a proper answer... A cardiologist, a Brain Surgeon, or a neuorologist would, Thanks for asking

um, the major cell? you mean the major organ? anyway, in that case, it would be the Brain

It takes about 15-16 years to become a heart surgeon. To become a heart surgeon, you will need to complete college (4 years), medical school (4 years), a residency in general surgery (5 years), and then specialized training in cardiothoracic surgery (3 years).

Heavy science and math would be best. Truth is that its all about the college!

Astronomers would usually major in astronomy or possibly just physics.

You would have to spend 8 years in college to get your MD, then you would have to start specializing with a residency in a hospital for at least another year.

The most high paid surgeons well there really isn't any right answer because it depends how good of a doctor you are but the top most paid specialties would be , heart surgeon , brain surgeon and probably a plastic surgeon because it is very popular now a days. Neurosurgeon

This may be chosen because the patient's conscious response to stimuli or voluntary actions must be measured to assure the appropriate outcome of the surgery and to influence the actions of the surgeon performing the surgery (as in, if the patient is asked to speak and the surgeon is operating in a part of the brain that controls these functions, if the patient's speech improves, then the surgery is successful - if the patient's speech becomes slurred or inarticulate, then the surgeon may need to do more or may need to stop now).

A good qualified surgeon would be "cut out" for a fine career. However it is difficult to qualify to be a surgeon.

Brain, artery's help pump blood to the heart which pumps it to the brain

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