Surgeons in India performing cavernous malformation surgery are experts of surgery field, as they are in surgery field for past fifteen years and are successfully treating patients from all over the globe with very good success rate for past couple of years. Patients go back home happily after getting their surgical treatment in India. Because of very less cost of surgical treatment, and it’s very good success rate in India many international patients are attracted to India for their low cost and safe treatment. This has become only because of the availability of most advanced treatment facilities and experienced surgeons. In India’s best surgery centers which are in most prominent cities at Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Bangalore, cavernous malformation surgeons in India perform the surgical procedure at very low cost and with very good success rate, this along with the availability of very good and advanced treatment facilities makes India an ideal destination for abroad patients seeking cavernous malformation surgery. Lick the link to see the cost difference between India and other developed countries for different treatment procedures here: Cost Comparison.
A cavernoma or cavernous malformation is a vascular abnormality of the central nervous system. It consists of a cluster of abnormal, dilated vessels. Pathologically, it is red to purple in colour, appearing as a raspberry. Cavernomas contain blood products at various stages of evolution and are usually less than 3 centimeters in size. Some individuals are born with a tendency to develop cavernous malformations. They are not a cancer, which means they cannot spread to other parts of the body. Occasionally, people can have multiple cavernomas. Cavernous malformations occur in people of all races and sexes. The male-female ratio is about equal. Family history may be positive especially in patients of Hispanic descent. Recent work has linked the predisposition to cavernous malformation to the seventh human chromosome. Cavernomas can be found in any region of the brain, be of varying size, and present with varying clinical disorders. In a general population of 1,000,000 - .5% or 5000 people may be found to have a cavernous malformation, although many are not symptomatic. Some of the common symptoms of a Cavernous Malformation include Seizures, progressive or transient neurologic deficits, bleeding and headache. It is important to know that a cavernous malformation can be present and not produce any symptoms. In fact, approximately 15% of patients are asymptomatic. The risk depends on where the malformation is located. Deep lesions in the brainstem bleed and cause problems at a rate of 10% per year, whereas symptomatic hemorrhage from a superficial lesion is very uncommon. The risk with a superficial lesion is much lower.
Medical tourism in India provides very good assistance to international patients for their safe and low cost surgical treatment in India. Also, they help patients in selecting expert cavernous malformation surgeon in India for their treatment. There are two possible options available for patients who are found to have a cavernous malformation: Surgery and treatment. Depending on patients’ health, medical status and requirement proper treatment procedure is suggested by surgeon and depending on the requirement surgery is performed. The achievement of desired results completely depends on the surgeon’s selection, if you have selected an expert surgeon and a reputed surgery hospital for your cavernous malformation surgery, then you can get your surgery done safely and with least possible risk. In India, for past couple of years many international patients have successfully been treated with very good success rate, you can see patients’ experiences after their surgical treatment in India for different treatment procedures here: Patients’ Experiences. You can contact us for details of cavernous malformation surgeon in India, by filling up an Enquiry Form
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