Saturday, 15 October 2016

Providing the Best Infrastructure for Successful Brain Surgery

Primus Hospital in India is a well renowned hospital known for its high standard care and the best experts and surgeon, who have a very high success rate in almost all kinds of medical procedures. We have a team of highly-qualified medical and support teams trained in the best institutions around the world. We are one of the Best Hospital in India and have cardiology, orthopedics, obstetrics & gynecology, internal medicine, general surgery, pediatrics, ophthalmology, neurology, neurosurgery, organ transplant, ENT, urology, gastroenterology, dermatology and plastic surgery departments.

Our expertise lies in bariatric surgery, deep brain stimulation (DBS), bone marrow transplantation (BMT) and liver and kidney transplants. Our Hospital has a global infrastructure and follows international standards of, medical, nursing and operating protocols, making it the preferred healthcare destination for patients around the world.

Brain cancer or Brain Tumor may require brain surgery. In case of gliomas a very common form of cancer, the glial cells which make up the supportive tissue of the brain is not able to conduct electrical impulses. Glioma is a brain tumour associated with the three types of glial cell, which include the astrocyte, oligodendrocyte and the ependymal cell. There are even cases of pituitary tumour wherein the cancer spreads to the pituitary gland, such as craniopharyngioma. We are one of the Best Brain Tumor Treatment Center in India.

A craniotomy is a Brain Surgical Procedure which is conducted at Primus Hospital. During operation a bone flap is temporarily removed from the skull to access the brain for surgical repair. The patient given anaesthesia and on the scalp is shaved. We have the best neurosurgeon to perform the craniotomy procedure by first cutting through the scalp over the area where the brain injury is thought to lie.

A hole is then cut into the skull in order to access the brain. This is needed to repair any ruptured blood vessels and to remove the blood clot or growth. There are some possible complications following craniotomy, which include allergic reaction to the anaesthetic, bleeding, infection, brain damage, brain swelling, stroke and seizures.

In case of Large or complex craniotomies often called skull base surgery there is the removal of a portion of the skull that supports the bottom of the brain where delicate cranial nerves, arteries and veins exit the skull. The procedure asks for reconstruction of the skull base, which is often necessary and may require the additional expertise of head-and-neck, otologic or plastic surgeons.

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