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  • Neurovascular & Endovascular Surgery
  • Epilepsy & Stereotactic Surgery
  • Neuro-trauma & Skull Base Surgery
  • Complex Spine Surgery
  • Pediatric Neurosurgery
  • Talks & Publications

  • Large primary intraorbital hydatid cyst in elderly : A case report.
  • We report a case of solitary, primary intraorbital hydatid cyst in a elderly female aged 80 years who presented with nontender, nonpulsatile proptosis of left eye with diminution of vision. MRI scan of the head and the orbits, revealed a retro-bulbar cyst. Surgical excision was performed by employing a lateral orbitotomy approach. Histopathology report confirmed hydatid cyst.
  • Endovascular occlusion of cervical internal carotid artery pseudoaneurysm in a child treated by N-butyl cyanoacrylate- a rare case report
  • We report a rare case of spontaneous extracranial cervical internal carotid artery (ICA) pseudoaneurysm in a female child aged 3 years who presented with a swelling in the neck which had bled following an attempted incision as it had been thought to be an abscess. A CT angiogram and an MR angiogram were not very conclusive to diagnose the exact site of origin and the morphology of the aneurysm. Digital subtraction angiography revealed a dissecting pseudoaneurysm of the right extracranial cervical ICA. The right ICA was ending as a pseudosac, and the right cerebral circulation was filling up through the right posterior cerebral artery. To minimize the radiation exposure, a microcatheter was placed inside the diagnostic catheter. The aneurysm sac was occluded using N-butyl cyanoacrylate since there was no distal flow to the brain from the artery beyond the aneurysm. It was a safe, effective and cheaper alternative to open surgery or to other endovascular management options available. Not all neck swellings are abscesses, and they should be examined and evaluated to exclude a vascular cause.
  • Cerebral cavernomas: Surgical experience and review of literature
  • Journal of cerebrovascular sciences. Vol 4, issue 4 Sep 2016- March 2017, page 15-20
  • Nine Syndrome A Rare Neuroophthalmological Syndrome Associated with HIV Vasculopathy
  • There are many named brainstem syndromic variants of medullary infarcts among which “eight-and-a-half” syndrome is a rare condition that involves ipsilateral abdu- cens nucleus or paramedian pontine reticular formation, ipsilateral medial longitudinal fasciculus, and adjacent facial colliculus/facial nerve. Here, we describe a new variant of brainstem syndrome, which includes the clinical features of “eight-and-a-half syndrome” with associated hemiparesis. This patient is a known case of HIV illness for 6 years on antiretroviral therapy, presented with features of “Nine” syndrome.

    Field of Expertise

  • Neurovascular & Endovascular Surgery
  • Epilepsy & Stereotactic Surgery
  • Neuro-trauma & Skull Base Surgery
  • Complex Spine Surgery
  • Pediatric Neurosurgery
  • Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Talks & Publications

  • Large primary intraorbital hydatid cyst in elderly : A case report.
  • We report a case of solitary, primary intraorbital hydatid cyst in a elderly female aged 80 years who presented with nontender, nonpulsatile proptosis of left eye with diminution of vision. MRI scan of the head and the orbits, revealed a retro-bulbar cyst. Surgical excision was performed by employing a lateral orbitotomy approach. Histopathology report confirmed hydatid cyst.
  • Endovascular occlusion of cervical internal carotid artery pseudoaneurysm in a child treated by N-butyl cyanoacrylate- a rare case report
  • We report a rare case of spontaneous extracranial cervical internal carotid artery (ICA) pseudoaneurysm in a female child aged 3 years who presented with a swelling in the neck which had bled following an attempted incision as it had been thought to be an abscess. A CT angiogram and an MR angiogram were not very conclusive to diagnose the exact site of origin and the morphology of the aneurysm. Digital subtraction angiography revealed a dissecting pseudoaneurysm of the right extracranial cervical ICA. The right ICA was ending as a pseudosac, and the right cerebral circulation was filling up through the right posterior cerebral artery. To minimize the radiation exposure, a microcatheter was placed inside the diagnostic catheter. The aneurysm sac was occluded using N-butyl cyanoacrylate since there was no distal flow to the brain from the artery beyond the aneurysm. It was a safe, effective and cheaper alternative to open surgery or to other endovascular management options available. Not all neck swellings are abscesses, and they should be examined and evaluated to exclude a vascular cause.
  • Cerebral cavernomas: Surgical experience and review of literature
  • Journal of cerebrovascular sciences. Vol 4, issue 4 Sep 2016- March 2017, page 15-20
  • Nine Syndrome A Rare Neuroophthalmological Syndrome Associated with HIV Vasculopathy
  • There are many named brainstem syndromic variants of medullary infarcts among which “eight-and-a-half” syndrome is a rare condition that involves ipsilateral abdu- cens nucleus or paramedian pontine reticular formation, ipsilateral medial longitudinal fasciculus, and adjacent facial colliculus/facial nerve. Here, we describe a new variant of brainstem syndrome, which includes the clinical features of “eight-and-a-half syndrome” with associated hemiparesis. This patient is a known case of HIV illness for 6 years on antiretroviral therapy, presented with features of “Nine” syndrome.

    Talks & Publications

  • Large primary intraorbital hydatid cyst in elderly : A case report.
  • We report a case of solitary, primary intraorbital hydatid cyst in a elderly female aged 80 years who presented with nontender, nonpulsatile proptosis of left eye with diminution of vision. MRI scan of the head and the orbits, revealed a retro-bulbar cyst. Surgical excision was performed by employing a lateral orbitotomy approach. Histopathology report confirmed hydatid cyst.
  • Endovascular occlusion of cervical internal carotid artery pseudoaneurysm in a child treated by N-butyl cyanoacrylate- a rare case report
  • We report a rare case of spontaneous extracranial cervical internal carotid artery (ICA) pseudoaneurysm in a female child aged 3 years who presented with a swelling in the neck which had bled following an attempted incision as it had been thought to be an abscess. A CT angiogram and an MR angiogram were not very conclusive to diagnose the exact site of origin and the morphology of the aneurysm. Digital subtraction angiography revealed a dissecting pseudoaneurysm of the right extracranial cervical ICA. The right ICA was ending as a pseudosac, and the right cerebral circulation was filling up through the right posterior cerebral artery. To minimize the radiation exposure, a microcatheter was placed inside the diagnostic catheter. The aneurysm sac was occluded using N-butyl cyanoacrylate since there was no distal flow to the brain from the artery beyond the aneurysm. It was a safe, effective and cheaper alternative to open surgery or to other endovascular management options available. Not all neck swellings are abscesses, and they should be examined and evaluated to exclude a vascular cause.
  • Cerebral cavernomas: Surgical experience and review of literature
  • Journal of cerebrovascular sciences. Vol 4, issue 4 Sep 2016- March 2017, page 15-20
  • Nine Syndrome A Rare Neuroophthalmological Syndrome Associated with HIV Vasculopathy
  • There are many named brainstem syndromic variants of medullary infarcts among which “eight-and-a-half” syndrome is a rare condition that involves ipsilateral abdu- cens nucleus or paramedian pontine reticular formation, ipsilateral medial longitudinal fasciculus, and adjacent facial colliculus/facial nerve. Here, we describe a new variant of brainstem syndrome, which includes the clinical features of “eight-and-a-half syndrome” with associated hemiparesis. This patient is a known case of HIV illness for 6 years on antiretroviral therapy, presented with features of “Nine” syndrome.
  • Field of Expertise

  • Neurovascular & Endovascular Surgery
  • Epilepsy & Stereotactic Surgery
  • Neuro-trauma & Skull Base Surgery
  • Complex Spine Surgery
  • Pediatric Neurosurgery
  • Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Hindi
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