Stereotactic Surgical Navigation is a 3-dimensional coordination system that allows for better identification and localization of brain tumors and important surrounding structures. The system is so precise that our neurosurgeons can know within 1 mm where the instruments are in the brain and where the brain tumor is located. The borders of the tumor are clearly seen, as well as, the normal structures around the tumor. This technology works similar to GPS, but on a much smaller scale. Stereotactic Surgical Navigation allows for decreased injury to important areas of the brain near the tumor. Other advantages of using this technique are smaller incisions and surgical openings, providing less exposure to normal tissue. Operating time is decreased and there is better resection of the tumor without injury to surrounding tissue and the chance of fewer complications. This also allows the patient to experience a faster recovery time.