Neurology / Neurosurgery

Neurology Hospitals in India

  1. INDO AMERICAN HOSPITAL, KERALA
  2. B J Medical College and Sassoon Hospital, Pune
  3. Institute Of Neurosciences Kolkata
  4. Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi
  5. Max Super Specialty Hospital New Delhi
  6. Manipal Hospitals – Jayanagar, Bengaluru
  7. Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi
  8. Jehangir Hospital , Sassoon Road, Pune
  9. Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai
  10. D Hinduja Hospital For Neurology, Mumbai
  11. Institute of Human Behaviour & Allied Sciences Delhi
  12. National Institute of Mental Health And Neuro Sciences
Institute Of Neurosciences Kolkata

Institute Of Neurosciences Kolkata

Institute Of Neurosciences Kolkata The Institute of Neurosciences Kolkata (I-NK) is a 150-bed facility center. The institute is Dr. R P Sengupta’s dream project, an eminent neurosurgeon. The hospital provides various neurological treatments like neurosurgery, psychiatric problems, rehabilitation treatments. I-NK is a non-profit institution in Kolkata. 11 Years of Experience in the field of Neurosurgery. …

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nimhans hospital

NIMHANS- for Mental Health and Neurosciences

National Institute of Mental Health And Neuro Sciences Bangalore NIMHANS has adopted the ideology of service, human resources development, and research. The institute is supported by several national and international funding organizations for academic and research activities. In 2012, NIMHANS conferred as ‘Institute of National Importance.’ The National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences caters …

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Alzheimer

Alzheimer patients: Issues to deal with Alzheimer

Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn How to take care of Alzheimer patients at home? Alzheimer vs. Dementia Dementia refers to a decline in mental and cognitive abilities that impair one’s daily life. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type (60-80%) of dementia. It is a progressive nervous system …

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SPINE FUSION

Spinal Fusion: a spine supporting  Fusion Surgery

Spinal Fusion: a spine supporting  Fusion Surgery Spinal fusion is a surgical fusion of two or more vertebrae. This process is also known as spondylosyndesis. This is a surgical formation of ankylosis (restriction of joint movement) between the vertebrae. Spinal fusion mimics the healing process of fractured bones. The surgeon fuses two or more vertebrae …

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Decompression surgery is a corrective surgery

Spine Decompression: A Corrective Surgery

Spine Decompression: A Corrective Surgery Decompression surgery is a corrective surgery which to give enough space for the spinal cord and the nerve to pass through it. Spine decompression surgery is mainly performed in cases of stenosis/narrowing of the spinal canal which if not treated causes pain, numbness or weakness of muscles, especially of hands …

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Brain surgery for epilepsy

Brain surgery for epilepsy: A ray of Hope in Seizures

Brain surgery for epilepsy: Risk factors, and Types Epilepsy is a debilitating disease, which is primarily managed by medication. But if the symptoms become unmanageable by medicines then the doctor can suggest surgery based on the radiological and other pathological reports. Brain surgery for epilepsy has a good percentage of success rate. During this surgery, …

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Brain tumour

Brain tumour: an overgrowth of cells in brain

Brain tumour: an overgrowth of cells in brain A brain tumour is an inappropriate term used for any intracranial mass which could either be neoplastic, cystic, inflammatory or syphilitic. These tumours are either benign or non-cancerous, or it is malignant or cancerous. There are different types of tumours depending on their site of growth and …

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migraine

Migraine: a pulsating headache affecting half skull

Migraine: Symptoms, Causes & Risk factors Migraine is a common disorder often marked by periodic, unusual unilateral pulsating headaches, which usually begins in childhood or early adult life, and it tends to recur with diminishing frequency in later life. It is also known as hemicrania, which means half skull as it affects half of the head …

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Interventional neurology

Interventional Neurology: A Radio-logical intervention

Interventional Neurology: Types and Complications Interventional neuroradiology is also known as interventional neurology or endovascular surgical neuroradiology is a medical subspecialty of radiology. Interventional neurology technique was originally developed in the 1980s by the joint efforts of neurosurgeons and radiologists. Neurosurgeons and radiologist worked together and devised a minimally invasive image-based technique to detect and …

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SEIZURES_NHT

Epilepsy: A marker of Recurrent Seizures

Epilepsy: Symptoms, Risk factors and Causes Epilepsy is a condition that is marked by recurrent seizures caused due to repetitive abnormal electrical discharge within the brain. Epilepsy is most common among children and older adults, young adults are rarely affected. It is one of the most common neurological disorder. Epilepsy can affect anyone irrespective of …

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