- Artemis Hospital uses the special technique called the 'Neuro-Navigation Technology' to successfully remove a 6 cm brain tumour from a 35-year-old.
- The patient Rahul was epileptic and experienced severe headaches and speech impairment.
- Doctors at hospitals suggested an open skull surgery to which he did not give consent.
- Artemis Hospital is known for its neuro-medical techniques.
- The new 'Neuro-Navigation Technology' performed on the patient works like a GPS navigation inside the brain so that the exact location of the tumour can be accurately detected.
- According to the Director of Neurosurgery at Artemis Hospital, Dr. Aditya Gupta, this technique involves a small incision directly over the tumour, does not require the patient to shave his head and post-surgery disfigurement is also avoided.
- Rahul recovered fast after the surgery and talked to his family on the same day.
- He was discharged after two days.
Source: Business Standard