MBBS, MS - General Surgery, MCh - Neuro Surgery
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Dr. Jeevan Rajput has excellent experience as Senior Residency and Assistant Professor at Department of Neurosurgery at Government Medical College, Kottayam, Kerala. Where he Trained in All Basic and Advanced Neurosurgery. He has the special interest in Functional Neurosurgery, Onconeurosurgery, Pediatric Neurosurgery, Neuroradio Intervention, Endoneurosurgery. He has great achievement in Endoscopic Brain tumor procedures, Stereotactic Brain and all Spine Surgical Procedures.He specially trained well in Micro Neurosurgical (STMCA Bypass Anastomosis) and Neurovascular Intervention (DSA, AVM/Aneurysm Coiling, Carotid Stenting) and practiced at Seth G. S Medical and KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai. He accomplished special training in Functional Neurosurgical training Epileptic Surgery, Psychosurgery) at NIMHANS Hospital, Bangalore. Experience as Assistant Professor at Grant Medical College & Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai. Experience as Oncosurgical Training at Tata Hospital Mumbai. At present practicing in most reputed super speciality hospitals in Aurangabad and delivering his excellent results to needy Brain and Spine patients.
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I had a large Meningioma tumor of size large apple. Dr Rajput sir operated last week and today my sutures removed . I am completely normal now . Joining daily work from tomorrow onward. I will recommend everyone with Brain tumor should visit Dr Rajput sir for his valuable opinion at-least once. thank you very much sir. *** *** *** *** **** thank you ..
** ******* *** ** **** ************ ** *************I myself operated by him for a brain tumor. He assured me in pre-operative period about surgery. I am perfectly normal now. its been nightmare for me when i heard about my brain tumor diagnosis of large tumor size but after consulting dr rajput sir, I realise what The God is... thank you very much sir....
Sir operated case my relative for Growth Hormone Pitutary adenoma -- she was having severe un bearable headache and male like face...
My wife admitted in emergency with large Pitutary Tumor . she was operated in emergency for pitutary apoplexy tumor. She is perfectly normal now. i am very thankful to God and Rajput sir for this cause.. God bless U Sir...
Q: Who is a neurosurgeon?
A: A neurosurgeon is a medical professional who deals with the diagnosis, surgical as well as non-surgical treatment, and management of disorders that affect the central (brain and spinal cord) and peripheral nervous system (other nerves).
Q: Can a neurosurgeon operate a brain tumour?
A: A neurosurgeon is qualified to operate a brain tumour. A neurosurgeon removes all of the tumour or a part of it, if it can damage the vital tissues in the brain. For tumours that cannot be removed, a biopsy is done by taking a small piece of the tumour to determine the type of cells in it. These might be treated using chemotherapy or radiotherapy.
Q: Does a neurosurgeon only perform surgery?
A: A neurosurgeon does more than perform brain surgery. Before performing surgery, a neurosurgeon usually tries to use non-surgical treatments too. Besides, if there is a need for surgery, minimally invasive techniques are opted for whenever possible.
Q: For which diseases can one see a neurosurgeon?
A: Neurosurgeons can treat individuals with the following diseases: Birth defects Brain and spinal tumours Bleeding in the brain Peripheral nerve problems like sciatica Injuries to the head, neck, or spine Spinal problems, such as osteoarthritis and herniated disc Surgeries for tumour removal, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc. Epilepsy or seizures Conditions such as Parkinson's disease Chronic pain
Q: Can a neurologist treat birth defects in nervous system?
A: A neurologist can treat functional or developmental birth defects such as Down's syndrome. However, they cannot treat structural birth defects such as spina bifida and hydrocephalus, for which the treatment option is only surgery. This will require a neurosurgeon.