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All Elective Craniotomies

All Elective Craniotomies

What is Elective Craniotomies? All Elective Craniotomies is suffering from brain lesions or traumatic brain injury or blood clot in brain. What are the tests required? The test required before the procedure is: MRI CT Scan Arteriogram How much time is required? The time patient requires to stay in the hospital is about 15-30 days whereas the stay in India would be for a...
Artificial Disc Replacement

Artificial Disc Replacement

What is artificial disc? An artificial disc is a device that is implanted into the spine to imitate the functions of a normal disc. What is artificial disc replacement? Artificial disc replacement surgery involves replacing a painful disc with an artificial disc. Artificial disc surgery may be performed on the lower back (lumbar spine) or the neck (cervical spine). Artificial disc...
Brachial Plexus Injury

Brachial Plexus Injury

What is a Brachial plexus injury OR Stereotactic procedure? It is the procedure in which brachial plexus; a bundle of connected nerves in the neck region of the spinal cord joined damaged. What are the tests required? The test required before the procedure is: MRI CT Electro diagnostic tests How much time is required? The time required for the procedure to take place is 3-...
Burr Hole Aspiration for abscess

Burr Hole Aspiration for abscess

What are the tests required? The test required before the procedure is: CT MRI How much time is required? The procedure takes place in 1-3 hours whereas the hospital stay would be for 3-7 days. The procedure would make the patient stay in the hospital for 6-12 weeks. What is the cost of the procedure? The cost of the procedure is 4300 USD.
Carpal Tunnel Release

Carpal Tunnel Release

What is Carpal tunnel release? Carpal tunnel release is pain...
Cervical Fusion

Cervical Fusion

What is cervical fusion? Cervical fusion is the procedure where a few bones removed from the spine in the neck, which was causing pressure on the neck. What are the tests required? The tests required before the procedure are: Blood Test MRI CT Scan X-rays Myelogram ECG How much time is required? The time required for the procedure is 5-6 hours and the stay in...
Chronic Cerebro Spinal Venous Insufficiency Liberation Treatment

Chronic Cerebro Spinal Venous Insufficiency Liberation Treatment

What is chronic cerebro spinal venous insufficiency liberation treatment? Chronic cerebro spinal venous insufficiency liberation treatment is the procedure of stenting certain veins to advance the blood flow. What are the tests required? The test required before the procedure is: MRI CT Scan Venography Ultrasound How much time is required? The patient would have to stay...
Chronic Sub-dual Haematoma

Chronic Sub-dural Haematoma

What is chronic sub-dural haematoma? Chronic sub-dural haematoma is a brain disorder; it is collection of blood...
CSF Shunt Procedure

CSF Shunt Procedure

What is CSF Shunt Procedure? CSF Shunt Procedure is the excess collection of CSF in brain ventricles. CSF is like cushions the skull from injuries. What are tests required? The test required before the procedure is: Ultrasound CT MRI How much time is required? The procedure takes place in 90 minutes whereas the hospital stay would be for 6-7 days. The procedure would make...
Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s

Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson

What is Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s? Deep brain stimulation for Parkinson is a procedure done to treat different kind of disabling neurological symptoms. What are the tests required? The time required for the procedure to take place is 3-6 hours whereas the hospital stay would be for 2-3 days. How much time is required? The test required before the procedure is Blood...
Laproscopic Discectomy

Laproscopic Discectomy

It is a minimally enveloping alternative to the open surgical approach for lumbar discectomy. It is inserted in patient with herniated disc, experiencing lower back and leg pain. However, the choice between a lumbar endoscopic discectomy and an open procedure depends on the inclination of the surgeon and the condition of the patient. Success Rate The success rate is...
Lumbar Fusion

Lumbar Fusion

What is Lumbar Fusion? Lumbar fusion surgery performed to stop the motion of the vertebral segment. What are the tests required? The tests required before the procedure is: Blood Tests MRI CT Scan Spine Xrays Myelogram ECG How much time is required? The procedure takes 6-7 hours to be complete whereas the hospital stay is 1-2 days. The patient needs to be in India...
Peripheral Nerve Surgery

Peripheral Nerve Surgery

What is Peripheral nerve surgery? Peripheral nerve surgery is the procedure in which injuries, tumors and other disorders affecting nerve is treated. What are the tests required? The test required before the procedure is: CT MRI Myelography Neuro Diagnostic Tests How much time is required? The procedure takes place in 3-12 hours whereas the hospital stay would be for 1-2 days. The...
Radio Frequency Rhizotomy

Radio Frequency Rhizotomy

What is Radio frequency rhizotomy? Radiofrequency rhizotomy is the procedure to decrease the pain in the nerve. What are the tests required? The test required before the procedure is MRI. How much time is required? The procedure takes place in 1-2 hours whereas the hospital stay would be for 1-6 days. What is the cost of the procedure? The cost of the procedure is 4300 USD
Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression

What is spinal decompression? Spinal decompression surgery is a surgerydone to relieve symptoms which are caused by pressure,compression on the spinal cord. What are the common techniques for decompression? Disectomy This involves removing a portion of a disk to relieve pressure on the nearby nerve roots. Laminectomy Small part of the bony arches of the spinal canal is called the...
Spinal Fusion

Spinal Fusion

What are Spinal fusion + Decompression Anthroplasty? It is the process to correct the problems with the vertebrae bones, to fuse the paining vertebrae into one so that pain becomes less. What are the tests required? The tests required before the procedure is: MRI CT Scan Myelogram How much time is required? The procedure requires 1-3 hours and the stay in the hospital would...
Spinal Fusion Surgery

Spinal Fusion Surgery

A spinal fusion surgery is planned to stop the motion at a tender vertebral segment, which in turn should decrease pain generated from the joint. Lumbar spinal fusion is surgery to join, or fuse, two or more vertebrae in the low back. Spinal fusion is main surgery, usually durable for several hours. Success Rate Studies indicate that the patient's pain is improved 60% to 70%...
Transsphenoidal Operations

Transsphenoidal Operations

What is a Tran’s sphenoid operation? Transsphenoidal surgery is a type of surgery in which an endoscope and/or surgical instruments are inserted into part of the brain by going through the nose and the sphenoid bone (a butterfly-shaped bone at the base of the skull) into the sphenoidal sinus cavity. Transsphenoidal surgery is used to remove tumors of the pituitary gland. (Such tumours, although...
Vagal Nerve Stimulator

Vagal Nerve Stimulator

What is Vagal nerve stimulator? Vagal nerve stimulator is the treatment that involves delivering stimulus to vagus nerve. What are the tests required? The test required before the procedure is Blood tests Chest X rays, ECG How much time is required? The time required for the procedure to take place is about 2 hours and the stay in the hospital would be for a day. What...