Expert in using Intra-Operative MRI technology for brain and spine surgeries
Has over 27 years of experience in Neurovascular Intervention
Inducted in to institutions in the UK and the USA
Dr. Ajaya Nand Jha has developed a specialized team for Neurovascular Intervention, Endoscopic Spine surgery, Endoscopic Skull base surgery, Functional neurosurgery & radio surgery in Medanta. ..
Dr. Ajaya Nand Jha has developed a specialized team for Neurovascular Intervention, Endoscopic Spine surgery, Endoscopic Skull base surgery, Functional neurosurgery & radio surgery in Medanta. With over 27 years of experience, Dr. Jha has been inducted in to institutions in the UK and the USA that include Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, UK, Society of British Neurological Surgeons, UK, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, USA and the International Stereotactic Radiosurgery Society, USA, among others. Dr. Jha’s expertise also includes using Intra-Operative MRI technology for brain tumor surgeries, cerebrovascular surgery, spinal surgery and image guided surgery.
British Journal of Radiology : The role of intravenous Digital Substraction Angiography in aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations, 1988
JAPI : Subdural Emphyema, 1989
Bombay Hospital Journal : Magnetic Resonance Imaging & Computerised Axial Tomography of Intra canalicular neuromas, 1991
British Journal of Neurosurgery : Non Fistulous Aneurysms of the Intracavernous Internal Carotid Artery, 1989
Singapore : Evaluation of Intra Operative Ultrasound in Neurosurgery, Annals Academy of Medicine, 1993
Proceedings of the Third Natl. Neurotrauma Conference, Bombay : Intracranial Pressure Monitoring in cranial Trauma Management, 1994
Neurology India 42, 105-107 : CT Scan Diagnosis & Emergency Clipping of Middle Cerebral Artery Aneurysm without Angiography, 1994
IV International workshop on Vascular surgery, Chicago, USA : Concurrent Intraventricular and Lumbar Manometry in the management of intracranial hypertension following SAH, 1995
Joint International Congress on Minimally invasive techniques in neurosurgery & otorhinolaryngology : Combination of MRI surface marking & ultrasound guidance for minimally invasive approach- A simple, cost-effective technique, 1995
British Journal of Neurosurgery, 10(6): 585-587 : Simultaneous lumbar and intraventricular manometry to evaluate the role and safety of lumbar puncture in raised intra cranial intracranial pressure following subarachnoid haemorrhage, 1995
New Delhi : Management of Head Injury - A Personal Approach, First International Conference on Trauma and Critical Care at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, 1996
287-298 : Interactive Image-directed Neurosurgery, Neurological Society of India, 1996
British Journal of Neurosurgery 11(4):335-336 : A simple technique to limit ICP catheter infection, 1997
Breakthroughs in Neurosciences, Volume 2 : No. 1 : Editorial: Neuroscience: The Emerging Epidemic, Apollo Medicine – Theme Symposium, 2005
Volume2 No.1 : Case Reports- Craniopharyngioma: A Surgical perspective, Apollo Medicine: Theme Symposium: Breakthroughs in Neurosciences, 2005
Volume 2 – No. 1 : Frameless stereotaxy – Indications, techniques and results, Apollo Medicine: Theme Symposium: Breakthroughs in Neurosciences, 2005
Volume 2 – No.1 : Radiation Induced Meningioma, Apollo Medicine – Theme Symposium: Breakthroughs in Neurosciences, 2005
Oncology 024 : Volume 2 – No.1, 2007
Neurology India : Digital subtraction angiography laboratory with in-built CT (DynaCT) - Application during intracranial aneurysm embolization, 2008
Journal of Neuroradiology 29: 1837-40 : Use of Angiographic CT for Anatomic Localization of AVM Nidal Components, 2008
Journal of Neuroradiology A1374 : Coil embolization of very small (2-mm or smaller) berry aneurysms: Feasibility and technical issues, 2008
The Internet Journal of Neurosurgery : Transient oculomotor nerve palsy after subarachnoid hemorrhage due to middle cerebral artery aneurysm, 2008
The Internet Journal of Neurosurgery. Volume 5 No.2 : Giant cell tumour of the sphenoid bone – Lefort 2 Approach for surgery, 2009
Milano, Italy : Consecutive Aneurysms treated with embolisation as the first choice of treatment : management, Aneurism E Mav Cerebrali, 2010
Progress in clinical neurosciences : Intraoperative Image Guidance and its impact on outcome, 2011
Mrs. Parmila Mishra, a resident of Ajmer, was diagnosed with a large brain tumour on the right side of the brain. In the absence of the right treatment options in Ajmer, the patient’s family shifted her to Medanta - The Medicity. Watch as Dr. A N Jha, Chairman, Institute of Neurosciences discuss the case in detail
Watch the successful case of Ms. Ilene, a Philippino national cured of arteriovenous malformation (AVM) at Medanta Institute of Neurosciences. Symptoms of the disease vary from hemorrhage, focal or generalised seizures, pain in the head due to increased blood flow around an AVM as well as difficulty with movement, speech and vision.
Watch as Dr. Jha, Chairman, Medanta Institute of Neurosciences discusses brain tumours at length including the signs & symptoms of the disease. He also outlines the tools of diagnosis and the latest treatments available to treat brain tumours like Brain Suite.
Due to a brain tumor, Mrs. Snehlata Gulia suffered migraine and headaches which soon progressed into paralysis on her right side. Learn how she underwent surgery & made a full recovery at Medanta - The Medicity.