Dr. K. K. Bansal Senior Consultant

Sugita Scholar, Micro-Neurosurgeon, Neuro Onco Surgeon (Guinness World Record Holder)

MBBS, MS (General Surgery), MCh (Neurosurgery)

28+ years of experience

Doctor Bio

Dr. K K Bansal is a renowned and highly trusted personality in the medical fraternity. He is a Neurosurgeon in the Pratap Nagar, Sanganer locality in Jaipur. He owns rich experience of over 22 years. He can be contacted at the Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital, Pratap Nagar, Sanganer, Jaipur. As far as his qualifications are concerned, he has done MBBS from S.P. Medical College, Bikaner in the year 1993. After that, he pursued MS in General Surgery from S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur in the year 1997 and M.CH.  in Neurosurgery from S.G. P.G.I.M.S., Lucknow in the year 2000. He offers some advanced treatments for diseases like Craniopharyngiomas, Pineal Tumors, Skull Base Tumors, Spinal Cord Abscess, Subdural Hematoma, Arteriovenous Malformations, and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, etc. Looking at his ever-increasing popularity, one thing is for sure that he is one of the most trusted doctors in Jaipur. He has numerous successful treatment cases registered in his name and patients are very happy with the kind of hospitality displayed at the hospital. He also has experience working internationally  with various institutions like Visiting Neurosurgeon University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA., Worked in Japan as a Sugita fellow,Worked as a clinical & research fellow at Hospital for sick children’s, & Brain tumor research center, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada,Worked in Zurich, Universitspital as visiting fellow, Volunteer Services to Peru, Northwest Peru (Chiclayo, Trujillo and Piura National Hospitals in April 2007, June 2008 & September 2009)


Diseases Treated:

Basilar Artery ThrombosisCaroticocavernous FistulaCerebral AneurysmChiari MalformationChordomaChoroid Plexus PapillomaClosed Head InjuryCortical Basal Ganglionic DegenerationEpidural HematomasFoix-alajouanine SyndromeGlomus Jugulare TumorsHemangioblastomaHydrocephalusIntracranial Arteriovenous MalformationLumbar Disc DiseasePediatric CraniosynostosisPosterior Fossa Tumors ... View All

Procedures:

Aneurysm Coiling (Endovascular)Brain Abscess TappingBrain BiopsyC.S.F. Rhinorrhea RepairClipping of Intracranial AneurysmCraniotomy And Evacuation of Extradural HaematomaCraniotomy And Evacuation of Subdural HaematomaDepressed Fracture ElevationEndoscopic 3rd VentriculostomyEndoscopic AqueductoplastyExcision of Brain Infratentorial TumoursExcision of Brain Supratentorial TumoursLaminectomyMeningoencephalocele Excision And RepairScoliosis Surgery/ Deformity Correction Of SpineStereotactic Radiosurgery For Brain Pathology (X Knife/ Gamma)Surgery For Brain Stem TumoursSurgery For Cranial (skull) TumorsSurgery For Meningomyelocele Ventriculoperitoneal ShuntVertebroplasty ... View All

Registrations

14735 Rajasthan Medical Council 1993

Language Spoken:

English, Hindi

Affiliated Hospitals

Dr. K.K. Bansal Neurosurgeon Clinic

Q-44, NRI colony, Raj Aangan, Haldighati gate Pratap Nagar,
Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, 302033


Publications

  • Sertoli Leydig cell tumour of ovary – A Case report & review of literature. Rajasthan Medical Journal (In press).
  • Retroperitoneal lymphatic cysts: report of two cases. SDMH Journal, Vol. 20, No. 1, June 1996.
  • Split cord malformation in pediatric patients. Neurology India, 2001; 49:128-133.
  • Occurrence of Split Cord Malformations in Meningomyelocele: Complex Spina Bifida. Pediatric Neurosurgery, 2002; 36:119-127.
  • Calcified Cephalhematoma: a case report. Neurosciences Today, 2001, 5:166-68.
  • Management of raised ICP. Chapter in book of Trauma, by Indian Medical Society (ed) Brig M.L. Panhani, Hindustan offset, Lucknow (2000)
  • Intracranial neurothekoma - a rare parenchymal nerve sheath myxoma of middle cranial fossa. Clinical neuropathology, vol 21,No.2/2002(47-51).
  • Cerebral Cladosporium bantianum Granuloma mimicking Tuberculoma. Neurosciences Today, vol. VII, No.1, pp58-61, 2003.
  • Comparative study of complex spina bifida and split cord malformation. Indian J of Paed. 2005,Vol.72 (2) 109-115.
  • Visual deterioration after trans- sphenoidal surgery for pituitary adenoma - a rare but severe complication: case report With literature review. Indian Journal of otorhinolaryngology &HNS, sept. 2005(suppl).
  • Giant fourth ventricular Parasitic cyst: Diagnostic and therapeutic Dilemma. JAPI, Vol. 54, pp289, April 2006.
  • Treatment Modalities for Ependymomas in Children. Contemporary Neurosurgery, Vol. 28, Number 4, February 28, 2006.
  • Primer on pediatric intracranial ependymomas. J Pediatr Neurosci, Volume 1, 5-10, Jan-June 2006.

Memberships

  • Sugita fellow in Deptt. Of Neurosurgery at Nagoya university school of medicine, Nagoya, Japan.
  • UICC Fellow - (International Union Against Cancer). Clinical Research at Hospital for Sick Children, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Toronto. Canada

Awards

  • He is Guinness world record holder

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Sugita Scholar, Micro-Neurosurgeon, Neuro Onco Surgeon (Guinness World Record Holder)

MBBS, MS (General Surgery), MCh (Neurosurgery)
28+ years of experience

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