Case Study

Bangalore


  • Common Urological Problems

    The burden of urological problems has increased tremendously over the last four decades. Increasing life expectancy in both men and women in India has exposed the elderly population to the diseases of the genito-urinary tract that was previously seen only in the West...Read More

  • Lymphoma- Dr Ranjan Shetty

    Left atrial appendage is the left border of the heart's anterior surface which extends out from the heart. It does not participate actively with left atrium in contraction...Read More

  • Lymphoma- Dr Mallikarjun Kalashetty

    Lymphomas are one of the most common typesof blood cancers affecting individuals of all ages...Read More


Salem


  • Navigation Guided Neurosurgery – A New Frontier & A Practice Of Safe & Predictable Neurosurgery

    Today, doctors are using computerized technologies that are familiar to people in the consumer world to help find the target lesion like tumor and the target location in the operating room...Read More

  • Manipal Hospitals Salem conducted first Micro Surgery for Facial Stroke under Medtronic Real Time Neuro Monitoring System

    Manipal Hospitals Salem becomes the first Hospital in the northern region of Tamil Nadu across the districts of Salem, Erode, Namakkal, Dharmapuri and Krishnagiri district to have performed the first Micro Surgery for facial stroke under...Read More


Goa


  • A miraculous recovery in a child with Diffuse Axonal Injury

    Diffuse Axonal Injury(DAI) is a brain injury, in which damage in the form of extensive lesions in white matter tracts occur over a widespread area. DAI is one of the most common and devastating types of traumatic brain injury...Read More

  • Multiple Vessel Angioplasty in a case Of Chronic Kidney Disease

    Chronic Kidney Disease is associated with significant mortality and morbidity. One of the most important cause for Chronic Medical Renal Disease in patients undergoing maintainance haemodialysis...Read More

  • Rare case of a Bronchocele and its unconventional postoperative management

    A bronchocele is a dilated, mucous or pus filled bronchus proximal to an obstruction which may be intrinsic due to an inflammatory stricture, a congenital brochial atresia, an endobronchial tumor...Read More

  • A very difficult recurrent brain tumour in an elderly woman operated successfully

    Meningiomas are common brain tumours (30% of all primary brain tumours) arise in the peri-menopausal older women. They arise from the meninges or the membranes that surround the brain and the spinal cord...Read More

  • Escape from the Claws of Death

    Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (PRES) also known as reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy syndrome (RPLS), is a syndrome characterised by headache, confusion, seizure and visual loss...Read More

  • Pancreatic cancer mimicking lung cancer

    Diagnostic confusion in an apparently straight forward case of lung cancer which later turned out to be a probable pancreatic cancer...Read More

  • Lupus Nephritis with poor outcome of pregnancy

    In previous times, women with lupus nephritis may have been advised against ever contemplating pregnancy, and there is no doubt that such pregnancies have increased rates of fetal and maternal complications...Read More

  • Liver resection for a patient with bile duct cancer-First of its kind in Goa

    The surgical outcomes for hilar cholangiocarcinoma has improved as a result of aggressive surgery and progress in surgical techniques, preoperative management and diagnostic tools....Read More