The Sita Bhateja Speciality Hospital, currently in its 46th year has a neurosurgical programme that is its standard torch bearer. Our team of dedicated & eminent surgeons, spearheaded by Dr Arvind Bhateja, an accomplished neurosurgeon are specialists in dealing with Brain Tumors and associated surgeries. Cutting-edge technology and the very latest surgical techniques are used to perform complex procedures ranging from awake craniotomies to transnasal endoscopic pituitary surgery.
The team believes in using cutting edge technology such as neuronavigation and intra-operative nerve monitoring to enhance patient safety and ensure excellent surgical outcomes. Combined with its vast cummulative expertise of over 50 years and the most modern operating room technologies, the neurosurgical team uses all resources at its disposal to maximise treatment with the most minimal morbidity.
A tumor is an abnormal growth of body tissue. Tumours grow and behave differently, depending on whether
they are non-cancerous (benign) or cancerous (malignant).
Benign Tumors are noncancerous growth in the body, and they do not spread to other parts of the body.
Malignant Tumors are cancerous. They grow in an uncontrolled, abnormal way and can grow into (invade) nearby tissues, blood vessels or lymphatic vessels. They can interfere with body functions and become life-threatening.can interfere with body functions and become life-threatening.
In 1965, Sita Devi Sachdev (Dr Sita Bhateja’s maiden name) started a nursing home in her own name. In 1969, a charitable trust was established under the name of Dr (Mrs) Sita Bhateja Nursing Home. The hospital building and all the equipment were donated to the trust, as was 50% of Dr Sita Bhateja’s income. The charitable wing of the trust was christened Sri Jetha Nand Hospital for the Poor, in memory of Dr Sita Bhateja’s father-in-law, who along with his wife, donated money to help establish the hospital.
Often the cause is unknown. But the growth of a benign tumor might be linked to:
Some malignant brain tumors are caused by a cancer that started somewhere else in the body and spread to the brain through the bloodstream.
Not all tumors show symptoms. Depending on the location, possible symptoms include :
Your doctor may begin by performing a physical examination and collecting your medical history. He or she will also ask you about the symptoms you are experiencing.
The first diagnostic steps your doctor may take include ordering imaging tests so he or she can have the best view of the inside of your body.