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Wockhardt Hospitals, Mumbai

Wockhardt Hospitals

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Neurosurgeon Clinic

No.1877, Doctor Anandrao Nair Marg, Near Agripada Police Station, Mumbai Central East Mumbai Mumbai
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Wockhardt Hospitals   4.5  (122 ratings) Neurosurgeon Clinic No.1877, Doctor Anandrao Nair Marg, Near Agripada Police Station, Mumbai Central East Mumbai Mumbai
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We like to think that we are an extraordinary practice that is all about you - your potential, your comfort, your health, and your individuality. You are important to us and we strive to ......more
We like to think that we are an extraordinary practice that is all about you - your potential, your comfort, your health, and your individuality. You are important to us and we strive to help you in every and any way that we can.
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Wockhardt Hospitals is known for housing experienced Neurosurgeons. Dr. Mazda Turel, a well-reputed Neurosurgeon, practices in Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for Neurosurgeons recommended by 88 patients.

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Mumbai Central Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400011
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Hi,<br/><br/>My name is much that you tell and I am a neurosurgeon at Wockhardt hospitals in Mumb...

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My name is much that you tell and I am a neurosurgeon at Wockhardt hospitals in Mumbai central as well as an assistant professor at the grant Medical College and sir JJ group of hospitals. I am going to talk to you about how can one prepare for brain surgery once one is diagnosed with a problem that requires a brain operation.

You could be even having a brain tumor or a vascular problem in the brain or refractory epilepsy requires something called as a craniotomy. It can be Priya Nursing for the patient is well as for the family we usually do all investigations on an outpatient basis and ensure that the patient is fit for surgery to undergo a pre-anesthetic evaluation and make sure that all the blood tests are in order typically used something called as neuronavigation.

At surgery which enables us to approach the exact location of the problem in a three-dimensional space in gases towards that location of patients ask me if there will head is going to be saved before surgery news me that's not the case which is save strip of hair along which where we meet me in station. So what typically happens is patience cremated one day prior to surgery the anaesthesia doctor takes 1 final look at them to make sure that heart rate blood pressure everything is under control and the next morning there being into the operating room xxvi anaesthesia doctors will wake you up a certain monitors the ECG leads extra before putting a tube done your throat to give you something college general anaesthesia when which your unconscious throw the operation there are some operations where in which humans are located in elopement areas of the brain and we need patients to be awake so that we can check their motor function and actually we can do the operation when patients are awake and talking to US and moving the hands and legs and that's something college in awake craniotomy which requires a slightly different preparation the operation takes place and the extremely sterile conditions and everything is cleaned and raped in a systematic fashion the protocol of which is completely standardized you make a skin incision usually using a drill remove the part of the bone that is wire to be removed.

When there is a covering of the brain called the dura which is what we cut and then enter the appropriate space and deal with the pathology it will be the beer tumor it will be a vascular malformation it could be anything that requires to be removed or transacted or disconnected usually Brain Tumor operation last for about 3 or 4 hours on an average it could be longer depending on the case what happens is 13 belt with the pathology we close that layer of dura back and we replace the bone flap and we fix it with plates and screws are often than not activated immediately after the operation in the operating room itself very rarely if the operation is really long or there is a lot of blood loss be kept overnight on a ventilator in extubated the next morning in the ICU typically there will into the ICU for about 24 hours after surgery.

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Dr. Mazda Turel

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon
90%  (122 ratings)
13 Years experience
1500 at clinic
₹300 online
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I had surgery because I had tumor in my brain and in 4th ventricle ependymoma so after surgery I had radiation for 30 days and after 15 radiation I was not able to eat as I was able to eat earlier my radiation got over on 5th of Jan but still I am not able to eat I want to know is It because of radiation I am not able to eat.

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon, Mumbai
Radiation does have some side effects, and this could be one of them. Usually it subsides in a few weeks time.
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I suffering from 2 stage brain tumor now what I do chemotherapy and radiotherapy which is best and side effects of both therapies.

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon, Mumbai
I suffering from 2 stage brain tumor now what I do chemotherapy and radiotherapy which is best and side effects of bo...
Thank you for your question. This needs a thorough understanding of your problem to provide you with the best advice and guidance. I’d be happy to see you in my Clinic at Wockhardt Hospitals, any day between 4-8 pm. This will allow me to evaluate you in detail, examine you and discuss your concern at length and answer all your questions in depth. I hope this helps.
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Preparing For Brain Surgery

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon, Mumbai
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Hi,

My name is much that you tell and I am a neurosurgeon at Wockhardt hospitals in Mumbai central as well as an assistant professor at the grant Medical College and sir JJ group of hospitals. I am going to talk to you about how can one prepare for brain surgery once one is diagnosed with a problem that requires a brain operation.

You could be even having a brain tumor or a vascular problem in the brain or refractory epilepsy requires something called as a craniotomy. It can be Priya Nursing for the patient is well as for the family we usually do all investigations on an outpatient basis and ensure that the patient is fit for surgery to undergo a pre-anesthetic evaluation and make sure that all the blood tests are in order typically used something called as neuronavigation.

At surgery which enables us to approach the exact location of the problem in a three-dimensional space in gases towards that location of patients ask me if there will head is going to be saved before surgery news me that's not the case which is save strip of hair along which where we meet me in station. So what typically happens is patience cremated one day prior to surgery the anaesthesia doctor takes 1 final look at them to make sure that heart rate blood pressure everything is under control and the next morning there being into the operating room xxvi anaesthesia doctors will wake you up a certain monitors the ECG leads extra before putting a tube done your throat to give you something college general anaesthesia when which your unconscious throw the operation there are some operations where in which humans are located in elopement areas of the brain and we need patients to be awake so that we can check their motor function and actually we can do the operation when patients are awake and talking to US and moving the hands and legs and that's something college in awake craniotomy which requires a slightly different preparation the operation takes place and the extremely sterile conditions and everything is cleaned and raped in a systematic fashion the protocol of which is completely standardized you make a skin incision usually using a drill remove the part of the bone that is wire to be removed.

When there is a covering of the brain called the dura which is what we cut and then enter the appropriate space and deal with the pathology it will be the beer tumor it will be a vascular malformation it could be anything that requires to be removed or transacted or disconnected usually Brain Tumor operation last for about 3 or 4 hours on an average it could be longer depending on the case what happens is 13 belt with the pathology we close that layer of dura back and we replace the bone flap and we fix it with plates and screws are often than not activated immediately after the operation in the operating room itself very rarely if the operation is really long or there is a lot of blood loss be kept overnight on a ventilator in extubated the next morning in the ICU typically there will into the ICU for about 24 hours after surgery.

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Hi, I am 29 year old. I am suffering from juvenile myoclonic epilepsy I am using valparin chrono 500 bd inderal 10 mg bd rivotril 0.5 night my hand shaking doctor change dose morning 500 night 400 after 15 days again change dose morning 500 night 300 withdrawal what type of symptoms tell me sol my ecg is normal.

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon, Mumbai
Thank you for your question. This needs a thorough understanding of your problem to provide you with the best advice and guidance. I’d be happy to see you in our Specialty Epilepsy Clinic at Wockhardt Hospitals on Wednesdays from 3-6 pm where an epileptologist and myself see patients together to give them the best opinion that comprehensively solves their problem.
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I had a seizure 2 years back and was told by my neurologist that I have epilepsy. I have been on medicine since then. Recently, my company has asked me to travel to US for a few years for work purpose. Would it be safe for me to travel alone to a new country?

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon, Mumbai
Yes. You just need some identification on you saying sure an epilepsy patient and always carry your medicines and case file with you.
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I am suffering from bells palsy from three days. Is it a curable disease? please advise me.

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon, Mumbai
I am suffering from bells palsy from three days. Is it a curable disease? please advise me.
You need to start on a course of prednisone (60 to 80 mg/day) plus valacyclovir (1000 mg three times daily) for one week. It will improve I all probability. Check sugars before taking steroids.
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My brother is suffering from meningitis from 18 Feb 2017. Now he is having sever head ache what we should do.

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon, Mumbai
My brother is suffering from meningitis from 18 Feb 2017. Now he is having sever head ache what we should do.
He needs to be treated with antibiotics for atleast 2 weeks. If he has headache you have to do a CT scan to ensure he is not developing hydrocephalus (collection of water in the head)
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Hi, I am not able to feel touch from my right leg thumb finger to upwards to 7 cm. From yesterday night. Can you help me by saying what it is and what all the medication I have to take for numbness.

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon, Mumbai
Hi, I am not able to feel touch from my right leg thumb finger to upwards to 7 cm. From yesterday night. Can you help...
You Should do a nerve conduction test called EMG NCV to determine what kind of problem it is and then decide on medication.
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HI, My weight is 90 kg. And Sir Please brain tumor ke treatment ke liye kuch suggestion de near Yamuna vehar ya shahdra ya folded garden mai Please help for that.

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon, Mumbai
HI, My weight is 90 kg. And Sir Please brain tumor ke treatment ke liye kuch suggestion de near Yamuna vehar ya shahd...
Thank you for your question. We treat brain tumors daily but his needs a thorough understanding of your problem to provide you with the best advice and guidance. I’d be happy to see you in my Clinic at Wockhardt Hospitals, any day between 4-8 pm. This will allow me to evaluate you in detail, examine you and discuss your concern at length and answer all your questions in depth. I hope this helps.
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What happens if levipil 500 is taken daily even though there is no seizure or if levipil is taken for just one fainting episode?

Mch Neuro Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, International Clinical Fellowship
Neurosurgeon, Mumbai
There are certain side effects of Levipil such as excess anger, psychosis. In addition 500 mg once daily is a suboptimal dose if sure an adult of around 60 kgs. One fainting episode may not always be a seizure and requires a detailed work up.
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