|Dr. Gaurav Jaiswal||Dr. Tarun KUmar Gupta|
|Faculty Name||Designation||Permanent/ Contractual||Qualification||Joining Date the Institute||Blood Group||Experience (In Years as on 31 March 2020 After PG.)||Experience (In Years as on 31 March 2020 After M.Ch.)||Address||Mobile
|Tarun Kumar Gupta||Senior Professor||Permanent||MBBS, MS, M.Chfirstname.lastname@example.org||23/09/94||B +ve||30||27||214-C-25, Sardarpura, Near Kalpana Nursing Home, Udaipur||9829143777|
|Gaurav Jaiswal||Associate Professor||Permanent||MBBS, MS, M.Chemail@example.com||27/05/13||O +ve||15||9.3||D-18, Hospital Campus (Near Girls Hostel) MBGH, RNT Medical College, Udaipur||9414120941|
Inroduction of Department
The neurosurgery speciality has a modest start-up in the year 1994, as a merge unit under Department of Surgery.
With only one faculty and few beds under department of Surgery. However, with the persistent efforts of Dr Tarun Kumar Gupta the unit started growing in term of patient outdoor, admission and number of neurosurgical procedures.
In June 1995, with the joining of one more faculty member Dr H. Bagaria as an Associate Professor the neurosurgery unit was converted into a separate department and regular elective operation theatre twice a week with nearly 100 procedures in a year, that time.
With untiring effort of the faculty and support from The Government, the department kept on growing further in term of latest gazettes and equipment.
Various corporate agencies also contributed financially to the tune of nearly or more than one crore INR in so many years for the department as per the guidelines.
With a faculty strength of three more members (Dr B. S. Dutta, Dr Uday Bhaumik, Dr Gaurav Jaiswal) M.Ch training program could be initiated in 2013, with two M.Ch. residents per year.
In the last 26 years, Department has made a long journey in term of spectrum of neurosurgical procedures which include vascular neurosurgery, skull base surgery, complex spine procedures, CVJ Anomaly, Awake Craniotomy, cranial and spine endoscopy, Neuro-oncology, cranial and spine trauma, paediatric neurosurgery, ICP monitoring and surgeries in sitting position.
The department is equipped with modern technology and equipments from time to time i.e. operating microscope, CUSA and endoscope.
With a moderate beginning in 1995, when nearly 100 procedure were performed in a year, today we are able to do nearly 1000 procedures in a year. Currently more than 100 endoscopic and 100 vascular surgery each (aneurysmal clipping) has been performed.
The department is also involved in the field of research and academic activities.
|Intracranial abscesses: An institutional study||2020||Open Journal of Modern Neurosurgery|
|Endoscopic third ventriculostomy for hydrocephalus in infants: A single-centre experience||2020||Asian Journal of Neurosurgery|
|Clinical spectrum of paediatric head injury. A prospective study from tribal region||2020||Journal of Romanian Society of Neurosurgery|
|Traumatic posterior fossa extradural hematoma. A comprehensive analysis of cases from a tertiary care centre in Southwestern Rajasthan||2019||Romanian Neurosurgery|
|Bilateral traumatic basal ganglia haemorrhage, a rare entity. Experience at single institute with review of literature||2019||Romanian Neurosurgery|
|Paediatric traumatic brain injury. Study of analysis of outcome predictors||2019||Romanian Neurosurgery|
|When the disease is known but the patient is not. Outcome of 118 such patients at a tertiary care centre||2018||Romanian Neurosurgery|
|Bull horn head injury with retained horn in brain: A rare case report||2018||Journal of Pediatric Neuroscience|
|Bone flap preservation in abdominal wall after decompressive craniectomy in head injury. A single institute experience||2018||Romanian Neurosurgery|
|Cisterna-magna, a rarest avenue of traumatic CSF fistula: A case report||2017||Surgical Neurological International|
|Outcome of surgically treated head injury in unattended patientsnat Neurosurgery Department at tertiary care centre - an institutional study||2017||Romanian Neurosurgery|
|Comparative study between short segment open versus percutaneous pedicle screw fixation with indirect decompression in management of acute burst fracture of thoracolumbar and lumbar spine||2016||Journal of spine|
|Outcome of Ventriculoperitoneal shunt surgery, without prior placement of external ventricular drain in Grades III and IV patients of tubercular meningitis with hydrocephalus: A single institution’s experience in the pediatric population and review of literature||2016||Journal of Pediatric Neurosciences|
|Apply of whats App: A quick, simple, smarty and cost competent method of communication in Neurosurgery||2016||Romanian Neurosurgery|
|Traumatic bilateral basal ganglia bleed: A report of rare two cases and review of the literature||2016||Asian Journal of Neurosurgery|
|Posttraumatic delayed tension pneumocephalus: Rare case with review of literature||2016||Asian Journal of Neurosurgery|
|Large Tentorium Meningioma Causing Chiari Malformation type-1 with Syringomyelia with complete resolution of syrinx and Chiari after surgical excision: Rare case report with review of literature||2016||Romanian Neurosurgery|
|Epidermoid in Anterior, Middle & Extension of Posterior cranial fossa: rare Imaging with review of literature||2016||Romanian Neurosurgery|
|Congenital Extra calvarial plexiform neurofibroma in occipito-cervical region with Occipital bone defect with neurofibromatosis Type 1 and segmental neurofibromatosis: Case repot & Review of Literature with Occipital bone defect with neurofibromatosis Type 1 and segmental neurofibromatosis: Case repot & Review of Literature||2016||Journal of Pediatric Neuroscience|
|Large subgaleal hematoma producing turban head in 10 year boy with cerebral palsy: a rare case report with review of literature||2016||Journal of Romanian Society of Neurosurgery|
|Pedicle screw fixation for lumbar burst fracture with grade 4 retrolisthesis without any neurological deficit: a case report||2015||Romanian Neurosurgery|
|Gunshot wound causing complete spinal cord injury without mechanical violation of spinal axis: Case report and review of literature||2015||Journal of craniovertebral juntion and spine|
|Surgical Outcome of Intradural Extramedullary Tumors: Single Institutional Experience—Assessment using Frankel Grading||2015||Journal of spine Surgery|
|Spinal Neurofibroma in Pediatric Patient Presenting as Trophic Ulcer on Sole: A rare Case with Rarest Presentation||2015||J Spine Neurosurg|
|Urinary bladder Perforation and Per-Urethral Extrusion of Lumbo-Peritoneal Shunt in a Patient: Case Report and Review Literature||2015||J Spine Neurosurg|
|A Pediatric Traumatic Chronic Subdural Hematoma: Rare Case Report and Review of Literature||2015||J Spine Neurosurg|
|A Rare Case Report of Spontaneously Cell Phone Blast Causing Cerebral Contusion and Complete Loss of Ear and Amputated Fingers||2015||J Spine Neurosurg|