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Dr Arun Saroha

Dr Arun is currently senior consultant and head of unit in Neurosurgery department at MAX Hospital Saket Delhi and Gurgaon.


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Brain Surgery

Brain surgery is the medical specialty concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of disorders which affect the brain


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Spine Surgery

Spine surgery refers to any type of surgery in the cervical and lumbar spine, or upper and lower back. Decompression surgery is usually to relieve pain caused by nerve root pinching. 

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Scoliosis is an abnormal curve in the spine. There are several types of scoliosis based on the cause and age when the curve develops. The cause is unknown.


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Visit our Gallery to see the Doctor and the patients undergone treatment of neurosurgeries. Patient has undergone with brain and spine surgery with 100% success rate.


Brain Clot Removal

What is a Brain Clot Removal?

A brain clot is the blood mass formed in the internal layers of brain generally below the duramater. A surgery done to remove this blood mass or clot is called a brain clot removal surgery.

What are the causes of Brain clots?

Medically known as subdural hematoma, brain clots generally occur due to injury to the brain, mostly due to a fall, that tears and bleeds veins in the interiors of the dura. It occurs more frequently among the infirm and the aged, infants and also in accident cases. In fact it does not require a big blow to the brain to develop a blood clot even a slight injury can cause such a clot.

Symptoms of Brain Tumours

The symptoms of clot develop slowly over a period of time and can vary from person to person depending upon the location of the clot. Some common symptoms are:

• Headache & Confusion

• Sleepiness

• Single sided weakness or paralysis

• Inflamed or asymmetric pupils

• Seizures

• Loss of conciousness or even coma

A clot can be best confirmed with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

Surgery for Brain Clots

The surgery drains liquid blood by making openings into the skull. A portion of the skull may also be opened up to clear a large area or to stitch a bleeding vein.




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