Dr. Amitabha Chanda

MBBS(Gold Medalist), MS(Gold Medalist)

MCh(Neurosurgery)

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Apollo Hospitals, Dhaka

Bangladesh

Endoscopic/Minimally Invasive Surgery

Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy for Hydrocephalus
Video 1
Pituitary Tumor
This 72-year-old Chartered Accountant presented with dimness of vision in both eyes. He almost lost his vision in left eye. MRI scan showed a large pituitary tumor with severe compression of optic nerve. Visual fied examination showed severe field problems. Endoscopic resection of pituitary tumor was done. Postoperative MRI scan did not show any tumor. Visual field became normal.
MRI scan before operation
Video 2
 
 
Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery
This 52-year-old gentleman presented with severe back pain and leg pain. MRI scan of lumbar spine showed severe spinal canal stenosis with grade I spondylolisthesis. Minimally invasive approach was done to do a decompression and stabilization. Three years have passed after operation and he is leading a completely normal life.
Postoperative X-ray showing excellent result
Video 3
 
 
 
CSF Rhinorrhea
This 43-year-old lady presented with dripping of clear fluid from nostrils. She was diagnosed to have CSF rhinorrhea. A CT-cisternogram was done and the site of leakage was found to be in the cribriform plate on right side. Endoscopic repair of the defect was done with fat, fascia and biological glue. Following operation she did not have any further leak.
 
Video 4