Dr Manish Kumar- Brain Tumour Surgeon
Dr Manish Kumar is vastly experienced and thoroughly trained neurosurgeon with specialization in both brain and spine surgeries. He is currently working as Neurosurgeon at GNH Hospital Gurgaon India. Dr Manish Kumar has experience of more than 12 years working as neurosurgeon at various hospitals. Dr Manish did graduation and superspecialization in Neurosurgery from Apollo Chennai.
Dr Vikas Kathuria - Brain Tumour Surgeon
Dr Vikas Kathuria specialized in Neurosurgery from PGI Rohtak and has been doing all kinds of complex Brain Tumour and Spine Surgeries. He is Consultant Neurosurgeon at GNH Hospital Gurgaon and Max Hospital Gurgaon. He also specializes in all kinds of Head Injuries and management of critically injured patients. Dr Kathuria is extensively trained in surgeries of brain like
Brain Tumour Surgery in India
Brain tumours include all tumours inside the human skull or in the central spinal canal. They are created by an abnormal and uncontrolled cell division usually in the brain itself but also in lymphatic tissue in blood vessels, cranial nerves, brain envelopes, skull, pituitary gland, or pineal gland. Brain tumours may also spread from cancers primarily located in other organs.
Any brain tumour is inherently serious and life threatening because of its invasive and infiltrative character in the limited space of the intracranial cavity. However brain tumours are not invariably fatal, especially lymphomas which are benign or non-cancerous. There are very few best hospitals in India who has best solutions for brain tumour and post complications. Amongst these hospitals best hospitals are artemis, fortis or BLK Kapur hospital in India. Surgeons are qualified to provide best results.
Signs & Symptoms of Brain Tumour
Brain tumours mainly depend on two factors:
Elevated intracranial pressure
Altered state of consciousness
Dilation of the pupil on the side of the lesion
Personality or emotional Changes
Causes of Brain Tumour
The cause of primary brain tumours is unknown.
Radiation therapy to the brain, used to treat brain cancers, increases the risk for brain tumours up to 20 or 30 years afterwards.
Exposure to radiation at work or to power lines, as well as head injuries, smoking, and hormone replacement therapy has NOT been proven to be risk factors.
The risk of using cell phones is hotly debated. However, most recent studies have found that cell phones, cordless phones, and wireless devices are safe and do not increase the risk.
Some inherited conditions increase the risk of brain tumours, including neurofibromatosis
Lymphomas that begin in the brain in people with a weakened immune system are sometimes linked to the Epstein-Barr virus.
Treatment of BrainTumour in India
Early treatment or surgery often improves the chance of a good outcome. The goals of treatment may be to cure the tumour, relieve symptoms, and improve brain function or comfort. Treatment can involve surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy respectively by surgeon.