Monthly Archive November 2018

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Case – Brain tumour in 85 Yrs patient !!

Dr Pankaj Gupta ,Neurosurgeon in Allahabad handled case of 85 yrs old man presented with continuous headache and epileptic fits. MRI showed left sided brain tumour (medial sphenoid wing meningioma). patient was operated and became normal after surgery without any sort of deficit.

 

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Case-Cranio-Vertebral Junction anomaly |65 Yrs old female patient developed weakness of all the 4 limbs following trivial fall in bathroom !!

Dr Pankaj Gupta ,Neurosurgeon in Allahabad handled case of 65 Yrs old female patient developed weakness of all the 4 limbs following trivial fall in bathroom. On MRI she had CV junction anomaly with cervical blocked vertebrae. Patient was operated by occipeto-cervical fusion and post-operative patient regained her power.

 

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Spine surgery case of A 50 years old male presented with fall on the ground followed by weakness of all the 4 limbs !!

Dr Pankaj Gupta ,Neurosurgeon in Allahabad handled spine surgery case of A 50 years old male presented with fall on the ground followed by weakness of all the 4 limbs. on MRI he had C6 retrolisthesis with cord compression. patient was operated by C6 corpectomy and fusion by mesh cage and cervical plate-screw fixation. After surgery patient did well and started walking in 7 days and was able to hold the objects with hands as well.

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Spine surgery case of tuberculosis patient in Allahabad !!

Dr Pankaj Gupta ,Neurosurgeon in Allahabad handled Spine surgery case of tuberculosis patient. See details here: 25 yrs old female patient presented with fever,low backache and inability to stand or walk for last 1 months. On MRI she had L3-L4 pott’s spine (tuberculosis) with compression of spinal cord. Patient was operated by decompression, debridement and fusion of spine and after surgery patient started walking after 3 days.

 

L3-L4 pott's spine (tuberculosis) with compression of spinal cord

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