What to expect from skull base surgery in India?
Endoscopic And Microscopic Skull Base Surgery In Ludhiana, Punjab, Skull tumors of large size may involve the ear, sinuses, or surrounding vascular structure. Improved and latest modern base skull surgery in India is carried out by the esteemed neurosurgeon in Ludhiana. Dr. Jhawar has been the best neuro doctor in Ludhiana for the past 15 years and performs endoscopic skull base surgery with precision.
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The skull base is referred to as an anatomical region and the brain rests on that part. It is categorized as a complex anatomical area in front of the brainstem, under the brain, and deep in the face.
Endoscopic Pituitary tumor removal
It is referred to as a minimally invasive surgical method that is performed via nose & sinuses through the endoscope. The procedure allows the removal & treatment of tumors of the brain pituitary gland. The procedure is performed under the expert guidance of Dr. Jhawar.
This approach is intrusive and is also referred to as endoscopic endonasal surgery. It helps in making the use of the back of the nasal cavity and it affects the nasal tissues. During the treatment, the opening is made in the sphenoid sinus along with sella to the outreach pituitary. After that, the neurosurgeon will expel the tumor.
Endoscopic CSF leak closure
Individuals having holes in the lining of bone along with the lower structure of the brain, CSF can leak into the nose.
DR. Jhawar will perform minimally invasive surgery to repair the hole and prevent it from getting worse. The procedure is carried out under general anesthesia and endoscopically the procedure is done. The break is identified, repaired, and makes use of other tissue from the body.
Will there be a cut with endoscopic CSF?
The surgeon will make any cut through the skin and the procedure is carried out through nostrils. Following the surgery, you need to stay in the hospital for 1 to 3 days.
Endoscopic Orbit and Optic nerve decompression
The endoscopic decompression is performed through the nose which decompresses the optic nerve or eyeball. The procedure allows to take away the excess pressure on the optic nerve or eyeball and can even help with visual loss. One of the main reason to carry out this procedure is to:
- Take away the hard optic channel
- Help in removing pressure on the optic nerve
During this approach, no cuts are made on the face as the endoscope is used by the neurosurgeon.
Microscopic Facial nerve decompression
The facial nerve that controls the face muscles travels through the ear bone. For some of the cases of facial paralysis, the facial nerve is decompressed to take away the pressure on the nerve and the patient will be able to recover. The facial nerve decompression is done through the mastoid bone behind the ear. The specialist will carry out the treatment through the mastoidectomy or middle cranial fossa method.
Glomus tumor excision
Glomus tumors are slow-growing tumors in the skull base and ear. One of the best approaches carried out by the top neurologist in Ludhiana is the surgical method. To remove the tumor fruitfully the surgeon will perform tumor delicate isolation. To perform this approach a great amount of expertise is needed.
Acoustic Neuroma removal
Acoustic neuroma removal is a slow-growing tumor related to the balance nerve and hearing. Different options are available and a surgical approach will be the best. R. Jhawar will perform the surgery to remove the acoustic neuromas. The surgeon will perform the suboccipital method along with translabyrinthine.