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What is brain hemorrhage?

What is brain hemorrhage? A brain hemorrhage happens when a corridor in the mind blasts. This release of blood can upset the typical dissemination to the mind, so it can prompt a stroke, which happens when some piece of the brain is denied of oxygen. Strokes can result in brief or lasting brain hemorrhage. Bleeding inside the brain can additionally raise the weight inside the skull to risky levels. This high weight thusly can result in the drain to drain speedier, prompting an endless loop of harm inside the brain.

What causes brain hemorrhage?
  1. Hypertension is the primary driver.
  2. Atherosclerosis (the development of greasy plaque in the conduits) debilitates blood vessel dividers, further expanding the danger of drains because of hypertension.
  3. Draining issue, (for example, hemophilia and leukemia) or the utilization of anticoagulant or thrombolytic medications builds the danger of intracerebral dying.
  4. Head damage may break veins in the mind.

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What is head injury?

Head injury happens suddenly, without cautioning. In a moment life is changed, for eternity. Ordinary we take an interest in exercises that create unlimited dangers for supporting cerebrum damage; occasions incorporate a pile up while heading to the supermarket, a tumble from a bicycle, or a hit to the head. Head injury has turned into a huge restorative and societal concern inside the most recent 30 years. With advances in medicinal innovation, numerous individuals who would have passed on are presently surviving serious cerebrum wounds. On occasion the expense is galactic: fiscally, socially and inwardly.

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Chiari malformation, also called Arnold–Chiari Malformation, is a condition influencing the brain.

It comprises of a downward displacement of the cerebellar tonsils through the foramen magnum (the Opening at the base of the skull), sometimes causing non-communicating hydrocephalus as a result of obstruction of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) outflow. The cerebrospinal fluid outflow is caused by phase difference in outflow and influx of blood in the vasculature of the brain. It can bring about headaches, fatigue, muscle weakness, difficulty swallowing, dizziness, nausea, tinnitus, impaired coordination, and in several times paralysis. Chiari malformations are structural defects in the cerebellum. That's the part of the brain that controls balance.

Some people with Chiari malformations disease may have no symptoms. Others may have symptoms such as:

Dizziness, muscle weakness, numbness, vision problems, headaches, problems with balance and coordination

Chiari contortions influence females more frequently than guys

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Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM):- arteries carry blood containing oxygen from the heart to the brain, and veins carry blood with less oxygen away from the brain and back to the heart. When an arteriovenous malformation (AVM) occurs, a tangle of blood vessels in the brain or on its surface bypasses normal brain tissue and directly diverts blood from the arteries to the veins. An AVM is composed of an abnormal collection of blood vessels with weakened walls. These abnormal blood vessels have a tendency to bleed. Treatment is recommended to protect against bleeding from the AVM in the future, which may lead, to stroke, permanent disability or even death. About 4 in 100 people with an AVM will have a bleed (haemorrhage) every year. The chances of dying from a bleed is about 10% while the risk of a disability may be as high as 40% with each bleed. The collective risk over a lifetime may be extremely high, especially in a young person. This is why it is very important to treat an AVM.

What does surgical treatment involves:-

Surgery has been the traditional method of treating an AVM. The procedure is carried out by a Neurosurgeon who will excise the AVM under general anaesthesia in the operating room. The AVM is adjacent to normal brain but does not contain brain cells within it allowing removal by the surgeon.

How does it work:-

Once an AVM is completely taken out surgically, the patient is cured. An AVM does not grow back. The risk of bleeding is thus eliminated immediately after the surgery completely removes the AVM.

Which AVMs can be treated with surgery:-

Not all AVMs can be treated with surgery. Your surgeon will have ordered tests like the CT scan or MRI, which tell him the size, and exactly where in the brain the AVM is located. The surgeons will then decide if it is safe to remove without serious complications.

The Procedure:-

The surgical procedure is performed by a highly skilled team of Brain Surgeons, Anaesthetists and the operating room.

Before Surgery- Before the surgery, you will be admitted to the hospital. Routine blood and urine tests and perhaps a chest x-ray and an ECG will have been done as an outpatient to make sure that you are fit for surgery. After midnight, no food or drink is allowed. In some cases, your surgeon might recommend a pre-operative embolization to be performed on the day prior to your scheduled surgery.

The Day of the Procedure:-

You will be taken to the operating room 30 minutes before the operation. After the Anaesthetists put you to sleep, the procedure begins. An area of your head may be shaved. The surgeons will then perform a procedure that is called a craniotomy, which means an opening in the skull. The AVM is then carefully cut out from the surrounding brain. The surgery may take several hours. How long depends on the difficulty encountered by the surgeons. At the end of the surgery, a head dressing will be applied to your head and you will be taken to the Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit where you will be observed closely.

Recuperation in Hospital

You will be moved back to your room in 1-2 days. If all goes well, you will be discharged home within a week after surgery. A repeat angiogram will be performed to ensure the AVM has been completely removed.

Convalescence at Home

A period of rest will be required at home. Sometime a course of physiotherapy is required.

What are the chances of completely curing an AVM with Surgery?

The chance of completely curing an AVM using surgical treatment is very high. When completely removed, the AVM will not recur.

What are advantages of this surgery?
  • Complete removal of the AVM gives immediate complete protection against bleeding.
  • Only one surgical procedure is usually requi

 

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What is Spinal Cord Injury?

Spinal Cord Injury is damage to the spinal cord that results in a loss of function such as mobility or feeling. Frequent causes of damage are trauma (car accident, gunshot, falls, etc.) or disease (polio, spina bifida, Friedreich's Ataxia, etc.). The spinal cord does not have to be severed in order for a loss of functioning to occur. In fact, in most people with SCI, the spinal cord is intact, but the damage to it results in loss of functioning. Spinal Injury is very different from back injuries such as ruptured disks, spinal stenosis or pinched nerves.

What are the effects of Spinal Cord Injury?

The effects of Spinal Injury depend on the type of injury and the level of the injury. Spinal Injury can be divided into two types of injury - Complete and Incomplete. A Complete Spinal Injury means that there is no function below the level of the injury; no sensation and no voluntary movement. Both sides of the body are equally affected. An Incomplete Spinal Injury means that there is some functioning below the primary level of the injury. A person with an incomplete injury may be able to move one limb more than another, may be able to feel parts of the body that cannot be moved, or may have more functioning on one side of the body than the other.

Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury?

Currently there is no absolute cure for Spinal Cord Injury. Howsoever, with advances in medical technology it is possible to provide maximum possible mobility and functionality to the patient by a combination of conservative management using drugs and surgery. Rehabilitation programs combine physical therapies with skill-building activities and counseling to provide social and emotional support. The education and active involvement of the newly injured person and his or her family and friends is crucial. The therapies would include Physical, Vocational and Recreational Therapies which would be conducted by a physiotherapist under the expert guidance of an experienced Spine Surgeon.

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What is a Brain Tumour?

A brain tumour is a mass of abnormal tissue growing in any part of the brain. For some unknown reason, some brain cells multiply in an uncontrolled manner and form these tumours. These tumours can arise from any part of the brain, spinal cord or the nerves. The growing mass can cause pressure on the normal brain and interfere with mental and bodily functions.

Why is it necessary to treat Brain Tumours?

Some tumours are malignant and can grow with astounding speeds, thereby causing very rapidly deteriorating bodily functions and ever increasing pressure on the normal brain tissue. They need to be treated aggressively to prevent the eventual loss of life. Some examples are malignant brain tumours like High Grade Astrocytoma/Glioma, ependymoma, PNET, medulloblastoma, lymphoma, Germ cell tumours etc.

Surgery for Brain Tumours

Surgery is the usual treatment for most brain tumors. To remove a brain tumor, an opening is made in the skull. This operation is called a craniotomy. Whenever possible, attempts are made to remove the entire tumor. If the tumor cannot be completely removed without damaging vital brain tissue, removal of as much tumor as possible is carried out. Partial removal helps to relieve symptoms by reducing pressure on the brain and reduces the amount of tumor to be treated by radiation therapy or chemotherapy. Some tumors cannot be removed. In such cases, only a biopsy is required. A small piece of the tumor is removed so that a pathologist can examine it under a microscope to determine the type of cells it contains. This helps to decide which treatment to use.

Radiotherapy for Brain Tumours

Radiation therapy, also called radiotherapy, is the use of high-powered rays to damage cancer cells and stop them from growing. It is often used to destroy tumor tissue that cannot be removed with surgery or to kill cancer cells that may remain after surgery. Radiation therapy also is used when surgery is not possible. Radiation also can come from radioactive material placed directly in the tumor, or implant radiation therapy. Depending on the material used, the implant may be left in the brain for a short time or permanently. Implants lose a little radioactivity each day. The patient stays in the hospital for several days while the radiation is most active. The Gamma Knife, or stereotactic radiosurgery, is another way to treat brain tumors. The Gamma Knife isn't actually a knife, but a radiation therapy technique that delivers a single, finely focused, high dose of radiation precisely to its target. Treatment is given in just one session. High-energy rays are aimed at the tumor from many angles. In this way, a high dose of radiation reaches the tumor without damaging other brain tissue.

Chemotherapy for Brain Tumours

Chemotherapy is the use of drugs to kill cancer cells. The doctor may use just one drug or a combination, usually giving the drugs orally or by injection into a blood vessel or muscle. Intrathecal chemotherapy involves injecting the drugs into the cerebrospinal fluid. Chemotherapy is usually given in cycles. A treatment period is followed by a recovery period, then another treatment period and so on. Patients often don't need to stay in the hospital for treatment and most drugs can be given in the clinic or hospital on an OPD basis.

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What is epilepsy?

Epilepsy is a typical genuine neurological condition where there is a propensity to have seizures that begin in the mind. Epilepsy is normally just diagnosed after an individual has had more than one seizure.

What are treatments for epilepsy?

The greater part of epileptic seizures is controlled by medicine, especially anti convulsant medications. The sort of medication endorsed will rely on upon a few variables, including the recurrence and seriousness of the seizures and the individual's age, general well being, and medicinal history. An exact determination of the sort of epilepsy is additionally discriminating to picking the best medicine.

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What is a Pediatric Neurosurgery?

If your child has problems involving the head, spine, or nervous system, then a pediatric neurosurgeon who has the experience and qualifications he can treat your child.

Neurosurgical problems seen by pediatric neurosurgeons are often quite different from those commonly seen by adult or general neurosurgeons. Special training in pediatric diseases as they relate to pediatric neurosurgical diseases is important. Pediatric neurosurgical problems often are present for life. Pediatric neurosurgeons have a special and longstanding relationship with their patients. Children with nervous system problems frequently require ongoing and close follow-up throughout childhood and adolescence.

Pediatric neurosurgeons are medical doctors who have had
  • At least 4 years of medical school
  • One year of surgical internship
  • Five or more years of residency training in neurological surgery
  • Additional training in pediatric neurosurgery
  • Certification from the American Board of Neurological Surgery and the American
  • Board of Pediatric Neurological Surgery

Pediatric neurosurgeons treat children from the newborn period through the teenage years. They choose to make pediatric care the core of their medical practice, and the unique nature of medical and surgical care of children is learned from advanced training and experience in practice.

Pediatric neurosurgeons diagnose, treat, and manage children’s nervous system problems and head and spinal deformities including the following:
  • Head deformities
  • Spine deformities
  • Problems and injuries of the brain, spine, or nerves
  • Gait abnormalities (spasticity)
  • Birth injuries (weakness of arms and legs)
Pediatric Neurosurgeons- the Best Care For Children

Children are not just small adults. They cannot always say what is bothering them. They cannot always answer medical questions, and are not always able to be patient and cooperative during a medical examination. Pediatric neurosurgeons know how to examine and treat children in a way that makes them relaxed and cooperative. In addition, pediatric neurosurgeons use equipment and facilities specifically designed for children. Most pediatric neurosurgery offices are arranged and decorated with children in mind. This includes the examination rooms and waiting rooms, which may have toys, videos, and reading materials for children. This helps create a comfortable and nonthreatening environment for your child.

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Neuroendoscope - Minimally Invasive Spine and Brain Surgery

The neuroendoscopy team has treated hundreds of patients using this technique.
The neuroendoscope can be used to perform the entire minimally invasive operation, often through a small hole less than the size of a dime, or in combination with the surgical microscope (endoscope-assisted).


Disorders treatable using Neuroendoscopy:

Hydrocephalus

  • Third ventriculostomy
  • Aqueductoplasty
  • Compartmentalized hydrocephalus
  • Septum pellucidotomy
  • Multicompartment hydrocephalus
  • Ventricular catheter placement

Colloid cyst removal
Arachnoid cyst fenestration
Neurocysticercosis
Endoscope-assisted surgery

  • Pituitary tumor resection
  • Skull base tumor biopsy
  • Cerebral aneurysms
  • Microvascular decompression
  • Acoustic neuromas

Minimally Invasive Spine and Brain Surgery

Neuroendoscopy uses small telescopes and high resolution video cameras to look into the skull, brain and spine. Working with these endoscopes, it is now possible to perform many microsurgical operations.
This minimally invasive neurosurgery has the distinct advantages of a small incision site and minimal trauma to the brain or spinal cord, resulting in a shorter hospital stay for patients and a quicker return to normal activities.
In some instances, the surgery is substantially shorter than traditional surgical approaches, and in many cases hospitalization and recovery is shortened.

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