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Open Journal

 Neurosurgeons and allied specialists are welcome to share their work and case reports in this section, as in clinical meetings and journals. If you require help in formatting, you may email your post to me; I will help you.

You may also share interesting case reports from other web resources with a link.

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by Dr Hardik Rajyaguru • | | 0 comments
Pseudotumor_cerebri_syndrome.pptx
by Dr. Thamburaj • | | 0 comments
Hemostatic_Agents.pdf
by Dr. Thamburaj • | | 2 comments
A 38 years old right handed Bangladeshi lady came to us with the complaints of 1. Sudden diminution of vision in both eyes, since last 6 months. 2. Difficulty in balancing while walking and tendency to fall towards left side, since last 6 months. 3. Numbness over left half of face since ...read more
by Dr.Chakravarthi • | | 0 comments
CNS cystic lesions are rare in neurofibromatosis type–1. We present a case of typical case of NF1 with a posterior fossa cystic astrocytoma. History of present illness: This 11 year old right handed baby, came with complaints of progressive headache since t...read more
by Dr. Thamburaj • | | 2 comments
This 7 mths old boy was noted to have a large head at 3 mths of age; however he was not investigated further at that time since the he was normal with normal mile stones. There was no significant family or perinatal history. A month ago he was involved in a bad road traffic accident where his...read more
by Dr.Purav Patel • | | 0 comments
Brainstem ganglioglioma ganglioglioma is an uncommon primary neoplasm of the Central nervous system. There are less than 40 cases reported in the literature and of them only three cases have been studied with CT and MRI findings. We present a case of medullary ganglioglioma with histology an...read more
by Dr. Thamburaj • | | 0 comments
Spinal intradural extramedullary tumors are generally removed by single or multiple level laminectomies with midline dural incision. Rare cases of delayed postoperative kyphosis and spinal instability may be reduced by unilateral or bilateral microsurgery, causing minimum damage to ligaments and...read more
by Dr.Syed Ali • | | 1 comment
18 years old female College student C/O pain over left gluteal region Radiating upto left sole Aggravated on walking for about 10 min, standing for long time, bending forward, also gets increased during sleeping Relieved by taking medicines No history of weakness of limbs, difficulty in ...read more
by Dr.Chakravarthi • | | 0 comments
24 years female presented with complaints of sudden onset of inability to use her right arm & difficulty moving her right lower limb one night. She also felt a kind of heaviness of right upper and lower limbs, which continued for around 20-30 minutes. The next morning she found the same kind...read more
by Dr.Chakravarthi • | | 0 comments
28 year male a readymade shop owner, father of two healthy babies, not a smoker or alcoholic came with complaint of progressive weakness of both the legs over last 4 months which was preceded by back pain. The pain was precipitated by movements- first time he noticed when he was getting up fr...read more
by bhavanionnet • | | 0 comments
A 17yrs old male came with H/O low backache since 1month; it is gradual in onset and progressive in nature, radiating along the rt lower limb, aggravated during walking and relieved by taking rest. Occasional numbness along rt LL. No other significant history is available. Neurologically,...read more
by Dr. Thamburaj • | | 1 comment
Surgery continues to be its basic therapy and plays a central role in interdisciplinary glioma management. Today's surgeon has a battery of tools in imaging and surgery. The choice of operative approach depends on the location, size, gross characteristics (extent of demarcation, consistency, ...read more
by Dr. Thamburaj • | | 0 comments
The transoral route is chosen ideally for extradural lesions confined to the clivus, the C-V junction, and the upper cervical vertebrae, basilar invagination. We can plan the extent of exposure step by step orienting it centrally first and extending it to the periphery as required depending on i...read more
by Dr. Thamburaj • | | 0 comments
Pneumocephalus is a problem in the management of Ch.SDH. Interesting option to manage a subdural hematoma has been suggested; Dr. Karam Chand suggests an innovative option; Read more>>>
by Dr. Thamburaj • | | 0 comments
Conventional surgery remains the gold standard in the management of cerebral AVMs; other modalities are considered only if a safe surgical excision without any long-lasting morbidity is not feasible. The natural history of an individual AVM is difficult to predict; however, left untreated, the...read more
by Dr.Purav Patel • | | 0 comments
This 22 yr old female, is a known case of TB meningitis and treated with ATT for 13 months in 1994. In 1999, she developed communicating hydrocephalus, and was initially treated conservatively with steroids, and later with a ventriculo-peritoneal shunt elsewhere in June 2003. She developed bif...read more
by Dr.Purav Patel • | | 1 comment
Rosai-Dorfman disease(RDD), also known as Sinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathy (SHML) is an idiopathic, non-neoplastic, lymphoproliferative disorder, usually presenting with bilateral painless cervical lymphadenopathy. Primary RDD of the CNS is uncommon. Only 34 cases with primary CN...read more