Latest brain surgery tech at Yashoda
By Express News Service - HYDERABAD
24th June 2012 10:48 AM
A new surgical method, Endoscopic Transnasal Brain Surgery, has been performed successfully for the first time at Yashoda Hospital at Secunderabad here. As many as six ETBS surgeries have been performed successfully by the hospital in the past four months.
The hospital says Dr DS Deendayal, head of the departments of ENT and Neck Surgery, and Dr BJ Rajesh, neurosurgeon, were mainly involved in the surgeries which leave no visible scars on the face of the patient and take less time to perform. The ENT surgeon opens the skull base through the nose and exposes the tumour which the neurosurgeon removes through the nose. Brain tumours are generally removed by opening the skull and then separated from healthy tissues.
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