Eyebrow surgery for brain tumor removal

Mr S, a 38 year old gentleman, presented to us with reduced vision in both eyes in June 2013. A visual examination suggested compression on the optic nerves.

Trigeminal Schwannoma

A young woman was presented with severe pain over the left half of the face mimicking trigeminal neuralgia. This underlines the importance of imaging in patients with trigeminal neuralgia.

Malignant Brain Tumor

Mr P, a 36 year old gentleman, presented with history of progressively increasing headache and vomiting for nearly 3 months. He had also had 3-4 episodes of convulsions and his wife reported that…

Falcine Chondroma

A 34 year old gentleman presented with severe headaches. He had been suffering from them for two or three years and they had been increasing in intensity and were accompanied by blurred vision.

Anterior Communicating Artery Aneurysm

Mr S, a 44-year old gentleman, presented with a history of sudden severe headaches and loss of consciousness. He was treated and admitted at a hospital close to his home…

Bullet in the Brain!

Mrs S, a 25 year old lady presented to us with an accidental bullet injury which had occurred a year previously. She had undergone surgery elsewhere but the bullet could not be safely extracted.

Congenital Spinal Deformity

Mr. C was a patient of around 25 years of age. He suffered from congenital kyphosis – an abnormally developed back bone at birth. The resulting abnormal shape of his back resulted in…

Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

Patient S, aged about 12 years diagnosed with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) and having progressive deformity of the back was treated surgically at Sita Bhateja Speciality Hospital.

Spinal Arachnoid Cyst

Ms K, a 12 year old girl, presented to us with a history of multiple spinal surgeries. At the time she was first seen by us, she had very stiff legs and was carried into the hospital in her mother’s arms.

Vestibular Schwannoma

Mrs S, presented with reduced hearing in the right ear with imbalance while walking. Both symptoms were gradually progressing but she took no serious note of it. Then she began developing numbness…

Cerebellar Haemangioblastoma with Hydrocephalus

Mr G was a young lad of just 19 when he came to us. He presented rapidly increasing headaches, blurring of vision and violent vomiting. This had been continuing for a whole week.

Cervical Ossified Posterior Longitudinal Ligament

Mr R was just 43-years old when he noticed he had progressive difficulty in walking over the course of 6 months. A goldsmith by profession, he also noted a loss of dexterity in his hand over the last 3 or 4 months.

Tuberculous Spondylodiscitis Thoracic Spine

Mr S was just 30 years of age when he experienced an onset of tingling in both legs with progressive difficulty in walking. During his visit to the hospital he was confined to a wheelchair and also had…

Pituitary Tumour

Mr A, a gentleman of middle age, suddenly developed severe intense headaches on waking up one morning. This headache was more severe than anything he had ever experienced.