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M'luru: Complex neuro surgery performed at SMCH

MANGALURU: The doctors of Srinivas Medical College Hospital have performed a complex neurosurgical surgery and got rid of a large mind tumour, which occupied nearly 25-30 % of intracranial house.

Addressing mediapersons, here on Saturday, Dr Deepak Suraparaju, neurosurgeon stated that a 43-year-old homemaker and resident of Suragiri village near Kinnigoli, was once brought to the health facility with a history of drowsiness, severe headache, confusion, weakness on proper aspect of frame and bedridden standing.

On being admitted to the health facility, an MRI scan of the mind confirmed an overly large tumour about 8X6 cms. It was once causing seriously raised intracranial drive and compression of necessary spaces of mind accountable for limb movements, speech, awareness and reminiscence. She was once brought to health facility on January 5, 2019 and was once operated two days later.

Deepak explained that doctors performed a complex surgery lasting over eight hours with use of advanced operative microscope and monitoring devices. It was once performed his staff, who consisted anesthesiologists and improve staff.

Post-surgery, the affected person has recovered neatly. Within two days of surgery she was once in a position to carry out all at her actions without any improve. Scans confirmed that whole removing of tumour, which is more likely to imply that she is totally cured of the illness and will not want to any extent further radiation or chemotherapy. She was once discharged from health facility inside every week and main a typical surgery.

Stressing on why such treatment are want to made known to other people, Deepak stated “It is necessary for the general public to bear in mind that with the current advances in neurosurgical treatments it's possible to achieve whole remedy and early restoration even with rare or large mind tumours, especially when early prognosis is made. Hence individuals are advised to seek specialist’s opinion for lawsuits similar to sudden or recent alternate in persona of headache, unexplained drowsiness, visible blurring, double vision, vomiting, reminiscence loss and others.”

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