Objective To develop a three-dimensional visual neurosurgical tool enjoying simple,fast and accurate characteristics at moderate cost for visual positioning and imaging information storage and processing. Methods Seven patients with epidural hematoma or depressed fracture resulted from severe craniocerebral trauma, 8 patients with hypophysoma, 5 with glioma and 3 with meningeoma were chosen in our study; CT three-dimensional reconstruction of their imaging data were performed and used for preoperative planning before surgery assisted by neurosurgical station.According to CT three-dimensional reconstruction results, appropriate neurosurgical approach was planned and patients were treated by surgery. Results Neurosurgical station performed three-dimensional reconstruction could show three-dimensional quantitative relationship between the above lesions and anatomical landmarks directly,which could help direct positioning and designing the best-individualized approach to improve the surgical accuracy and efficacy. Neurosurgical station could improve the efficiency of scientific research and clinical work by managing,storing,editing and using the imaging and video of the patients. Conclusion Neurosurgical station, which can show three-dimensional quantitative relationship between the above lesions and anatomical landmarks directly, is a simple, fast and accurate preoperative planning and information processing tool for clinical neurosurgical practice.