3 mn read NEET SS Gynecological Oncology has emerged as a branch which is demanding and the number of seats is now being increased in different institutions throughout the country. With new policies and changes now the neet ss test series exams are conducted by NBE. Gynecological Oncology is an upcoming branch and new centres and Medical Colleges in […]Continue reading "NEET SS Gynecological Oncology. Latest Tips for Preparation"
< 1 mn read Nuances of Awake Craniotomy Brain Surgery | Neurosurgery Lecture by Dr Sandeep Moolchandani 0:00 Introduction to Awake Craniotomy 4:15 History and Evolution of Awake Craniotomy 9:25 Importance of Awake Craniotomy 16:22 Advantages of Awake Craniotomy 20:54 Areas Indicated for Awake Surgery 22:14 Diseases Indicated for Awake Surgery 24:45 Patient Selection for Awake Brain Surgery 26:19 […]Continue reading "Nuances of Awake Craniotomy Brain Surgery | Neurosurgery Lecture by Dr Sandeep Moolchandani"
5 mn read Best book for Neuroanatomy for 1st Year MBBS Though ‘Snell’s Clinical Neuroanatomy’ is one of the world’s most popular neuroanatomy books for Medical students, but it is quite detailed for a student of 1st-year MBBS. So if you want to go easy with your Neuroanatomy in your 1st-year MBBS or time is a constraint, […]Continue reading "BEST Neuroanatomy books for MBBS, NEET SS & Neurosurgery Residents"
2 mn read Following are eligibility requirements for appearing for FRCS Neurosurgery: As per the latest regulations a pass in MRCS examination is now mandatory for all new applicants of FRCS. There are two versions of FRCS, one for domestic and other for International candidates. JCIE FRCS (Joint Committee on Intercollegiate Examinations) (domestic – UK & Ireland) JSCFE […]Continue reading "Eligibility Requirements for FRCS Neurosurgery"
3 mn read Contents How much free time do you have as a neurosurgeon? How is the load of patients in Neurosurgery? How much time does it take to be a Neurosurgeon? How much free time do you have as a neurosurgeon? You can get the idea of the amount of free time based on the amount of […]Continue reading "Frequently asked questions about choosing Neurosurgery career"
2 mn read Contents Case Report Introduction Signs and symptoms Pathophysiology Diagnosis Treatment Hypertensive Pontine Hemorrhage Video Case Report 52yr old male k/c/o HTN not on regular medication Presented with sudden onset loss of consciousness On Examination GCS – E1VetM1 Pupils -B/L 1mm NRTL (Pin-Point Pupils) Planters B/L mute CT Scan Hypertensive Pontine Hemorrhage Hypertensive Pontine Hemorrhage: Introduction […]Continue reading "Hypertensive Pontine Hemorrhage"
9 mn read 1. Neurogenic bladder refers to dysfunction of the urinary bladder due to disease of the central nervous system or peripheral nerves involved in the control of micturition . 2. Non Neurogenic bladder refers to dysfunction of the urinary bladder due to dynamic disturbance of genitourinary system. Micturition Pathway 3. detrusor muscle of the bladder […]Continue reading "Neuro Urology and The Neurogenic Bladder"
2 mn read The CT comma sign is a characteristic sign seen in head trauma. It is the presence of concurrent epidural and subdural hematomas, which gives the characteristic appearance of this sign as a “comma” shape. 70/M Chief Complaints: Numbness Lt Arm, 1 Episode of Partial seizure,Lt grip weakness since today morning. H/o Fall 3 days back. […]Continue reading "Acute Subdural Hematoma with Extradural Hematoma: CT Comma Sign"