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Dr. Siddharth Sahoo
Neurosurgeon & Spine surgeon
Proper Diagnosis & Scientific Treatment
Don't Ignore the Back Pain !
Must Visit Neurosurgical Centre 
Excellent collaboration of Skill with advanced technology
Safe, Scientific, Satisfactory


Cerebrovascular Surgery, Endoscopic Skull base & Brain tumor

Spine Surgery

Lumbar Discectomy, Spine Fusion, MISS, ACDF, CV Junction anomalies

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We are available at  Utkal Hospital & Life Care Clinic

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About Us

Senior Consultant Neurosurgeon with Chief operating surgeon experience involving  micro-neurosurgery,  spine surgery, brain & spine tumors, endoscopic pituitary surgery, micro-lumbar discectomy, surgical treatment of stroke, traumatic brain injury, spine Injury, endoscopic spine, minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) & hydrocephalus.

Special interest in microvascular neurosurgery, Endoscopic skull base and MISS.Surgical Experience, award winning research & International training identifies  him among the best neurosurgeon in Bhubaneswar. Brief outline of surgeries performed in both Neurosurgery & Spine surgery are listed. Illustrative Cases are also included. Team work, Dedicated 24×7 Neuro-critical care and continuous strive to achieve excellence makes him apart.

Neurosurgery Factsheet

Colloid cyst of anterior 3rd Ventricle in a young male presented with worsening headache and unexplained falls. Excised completely by interhemispheric transcallosal approach without any new neurological deficits.

Colloid cysts are benign cystic lesions which commonly occur at the anterior 3rd ventricle near the foramen of monro. It may present with features of hydrocephalus due to obstruction of CSF flow, drop attacks, memory disturbances and rarely sudden death. Sometimes small colloid cysts may be detected incidentally on routine imaging.

CT and MRI brain are adequate to diagnose these lesions.

Surgery is the treatment of choice for symptomatic colloid cysts. Endoscopic or microscopic excision should be done depending upon the extent of ventricular enlargement.
Interhemispheric transcallosal approach allows a minimally invasive corridor to these lesions for complete excision.

Postoperative complications in the form of bleeding, intraventricular haemorrhage, memory deficits, speechlessnesses and weakness of one side of body occur in 2-5% cases.

Complete excision is curative without any risk of recurrence.

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