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Department of Neurosurgery

Department of Neurosurgery, Room No 1032,
Max Super Speciality Hospital, 108 A,
I.P.Extension, Patparganj, New Delhi 110092
Department of Neurosurgery,Room No #580,
Max Super Speciality Hospital, Sector 1,
Vaishali, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 201012
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Brain

Brain surgery

When the point is of disease, damage or infection of the brain, and of the surgery to correct them, we are already wading into difficult waters! The brain is the command center and the central processing unit of the human body. It is a heavily wired zone. Sitting inside the skull, the brain resembles a snake poised in a tight, knotty coil. Imagine having to wedge between the coils with a blade to cut and remove a boil on the underside! Such being the case, a call for surgery indicates that either it is the best of the hard choices available or it is the only choice left. Even two decade ago, the hint of a brain surgery would have sounded like a death warrant to a lot of people. Not any more! Dr Manish Vaish says the point of surgery today has changed. It is no longer just about reclaiming life. It also about restoring the quality of life. “That is how far technology and medical expertise has got us.”

More on brain surgery

Brain surgery is recommended for cases including cancer, blood clotting, swelling, injury, fits and shaking palsy. The surgery is performed by a neurosurgeon with the help of an anaesthesiologist, having an advanced clinical training in anaesthesia for brain and spinal surgeries.

Brain

Department of Neurosurgery

Department of Neurosurgery, Room No 1032
Max Super Speciality Hospital, Delhi 110092

CONDITIONS

  • Brain Tumor

    Symptoms:

    A brain tumor is a collection, or mass, of abnormal cells in the brain. The cell grows into a tumor when a cell divides rapidly and its internal mechanism is damaged. A brain tumor can be primary or secondary depending upon its place of origin. A p...

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  • Central Nervous System Infections (Abscesses)

    Symptoms:

    CNS infections are said to be 10-40% dangerous in many of the cases. Some may even experience certain permanent damages. Some may even result in problems such as partial paralysis, seizures and speech problems. Best care and treatment is required t...

    Requires immediate attention
  • Hydrocephalus

    Symptoms:

    Hydrocephalus is the accumulation of fluid in the cavities of the brain. The excess fluid increases the size of the ventricles and puts pressure on the brain. This damages the brain tissues and causes impairment in brain function. Although it can o...

    Requires immediate attention
  • Brain Aneurysm

    Symptoms:

    A brain aneurysm is an outward bulging or ballooning of a weak spot in the wall of an artery that supplies blood to the brain. Although they do not always break but in some cases they may rupture or leak, releasing blood into the brain and causing ...

    Requires immediate attention
  • CSF Rhinorrhea Management

    Symptoms:

    Appropriate identification and treatment is essential for CSF Rhinorrhea as it may pave way for meningitis if left untreated. In most of the cases, surgery is required and its type depends upon the cause of CSF Rhinorrhea....

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  • Vascular Malformations of The Brain

    Symptoms:

    Spinal cord vascular malformations are abnormal connections between arteries and veins in the spinal column due to absence of small blood vessels or capillaries. This causes abnormal flow of blood....

    Requires immediate attention
  • Head trauma

    Symptoms:

    Any type of mild or traumatic injury to brain, skull, or scalp is termed as Head Trauma. It may be either closed or open. A closed injury doesn’t break the skull while an open, or penetrating, head injury breaks the skull and enters into brain....

    Requires immediate attention
  • Trigeminal Neuralagia

    Symptoms:

    Trigeminal neuralgia or tic douloureux is a chronic pain condition that affects the trigeminal nerve in the face. The nerve carries sensations from face to the brain. The condition initially causes a jolt of excruciating pain that is intermittent, ...

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  • Stroke

    Symptoms:

    Due to high blood pressure or hypertension, the walled arteries break and blood spreads into the brain tissue. These blood forms a clot which is known as hematoma. The hematoma grows slowly and causes pressure on the surrounding brain tissue. This ...

    Requires immediate attention
  • Epilepsy

    Symptoms:

    Epilepsy is a commonly occurring group of related disorders that is characterized by a tendency for recurrent seizures. It occurs due to the abnormal electrical activity that originates in the brain resulting in electrical storm that produces seizu...

    Requires immediate attention

TREATMENT

  • Neurovascular Surgery

    Symptoms:

    Neurovascular surgery is a subspecialty of neurosurgery that aims to treat and manage almost all vascular diseases and disorders of the brain and spinal cord. These are generally complex procedures that can be performed by minimally invasive or open ...

  • Aneurysm Clipping

    Symptoms:

    Aneurysm Clipping is a surgical procedure performed to treat brain aneurysm. Brain aneurysm is a condition in which the artery wall inside the brain bulges like a balloon. It is an emergency condition that should be treated promptly to prevent ruptur...

  • Thrombolytic Therapy for Stroke

    Symptoms:

    The main cause of stroke is blockage of blood supply to the brain due to formation of blood clot. The thrombolytic therapy uses drugs to quickly break the blood clots and dissolve the obstruction to allow blood flow to the brain. This therapy is main...

  • Brain Tumor Surgery

    Symptoms:

    Although surgery is considered to be the first step of treatment in any form of tumor but its feasibility depends upon the type, size and location of the tumor. It is not necessary that every kind of brain tumor might require surgery....

  • Expanded Endonasal Surgery

    Symptoms:

    The Expanded Endonasal Approach (EEA) is an innovative type of minimally invasive brain surgery that allows surgeon to access the skull base and upper cervical spine to remove brain tumors and other lesions through nose and sinuses....

  • CSF Rhinorrhea Management

    Symptoms:

    Appropriate identification and treatment is essential for CSF Rhinorrhea as it may pave way for meningitis if left untreated. In most of the cases, surgery is required and its type depends upon the cause of CSF Rhinorrhea....

  • Minimally Invasive Surgery

    Symptoms:

    Minimally invasive spine surgery (MIS) surgeries are performed to stabilize the vertebral bones and spinal joints. They also relieve the pressure being applied to the spinal nerves. The procedures utilize small instruments and/or microscopic video ca...

  • Shunt Surgery

    Symptoms:

    Shunt surgery is a surgical procedure that involves insertion of a drainage system into the brain that will move excess fluid from the brain to another part of the body (mainly abdomen)....

  • Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery

    Symptoms:

    Stereotactic neurosurgery is the surgery that is performed with minimally invasive technique using 3D coordinate system to exactly locate the target area. In simple words it can be described as the concept of using brain images to guide the surgeon...

  • Functional Neurosurgery

    Symptoms:

    In some cases of epilepsy, surgery is performed to control the seizures that are not manageable with medications. Although various anti-epileptic drugs are available but sometimes all the drugs remain ineffective in controlling the seizures....

  • Radiotherapy

    Symptoms:

    Radiotherapy or Radiation oncology or Radiation therapy is an alternative treatment for cancer. Cancer is uncontrolled growth of cells in any part of the body. Radiotherapy uses high-energy radiations such as x-rays, gamma rays, or protons to contr...

  • Pain Management

    Symptoms:

    Conservative management is an approach to treat any kind of pain by utilizing non-surgical treatment options. Many cases of pain can be managed by one or more conservative methods. That is why in non-emergency conditions, conservative management is p...

  • Stroke Management

    Symptoms:

    The main cause of stroke is blockage of blood supply to the brain due to formation of blood clot. The thrombolytic therapy uses drugs to quickly break the blood clots and dissolve the obstruction to allow blood flow to the brain. This therapy is main...

  • Stereotactic radiosurgery

    Symptoms:

    The traditional Craniotomy method entails carving through the skull to locate and direct treatment to the affected part of the brain. The method has drawbacks, in that it can be inconsistent, and can result in post-operative complications and side-...

  • Neuroendoscopic brain surgery

    Symptoms:

    It entails threading a thin tube called an endoscope through the mouth or nose or through small incisions in the skull to access or remove the affected brain tissue. The endoscope has a light and camera on the end, and the surgery is performed with...

  • Laser interstitial thermal therapy

    Symptoms:

    It is a state-of-the-art surgical technology that can destroy the tumour using heat sent through a spot-hole in the skull. For the procedure, the surgeon inserts a laser fibre into the incision and directs it to the tumour. The laser transfers heat...

  • Deep brain stimulation

    Symptoms:

    A small battery-operated medical device called an implantable pulse generator is taped onto the skull to deliver electrical stimulation to specific areas in the brain. The development has done wonders to the treatment of the shaking palsy disease (...

  • Imaging

    Symptoms:

    By far the most notable advancement has been in the area of scanning and imaging. It is now possible for doctors to scan and project on screen the deepest recesses of the brain. In combination with remotely guided micro-surgical tools, imaging has ...

  • Fully Endoscopic Trans Nasal Skull Base Surgery

    Symptoms:

    Conventional neurosurgical incisions may include skin incisions, facial bone flap (craniotomy), and brain retraction, but the endoscopic trans nasal approach avoids such procedures. Without incisions, this approach provides direct access to a large...

  • Hybrid Microscopic and Endoscopic Intraventricular Surgery

    Symptoms:

    Certain brain surgeries like tumor removal can be risky when its location is adjacent to critical structures. In such cases complete removal of the affected part without neurological deterioration can be difficult. The Microscopic and Endoscopic ap...

  • Hybrid Intra-OP Real Time USG with Navigation guided Awake Brain Tumor Surgery

    Symptoms:

    In some cases, when there are tumors in functionally important areas of the brain, surgery may be conducted by keeping the patient awake. By this approach, the patient’s activity can be monitored in real-time during surgery. The surgeon closely mon...

  • Treatment for CP Angle Tumor

    Symptoms:

    Treatment for lesions of cerebellopontine angle (CPA) tumor depends upon its severity, size and involvement of adjacent structures....

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