- Dr. Hrishikesh Sarkar is a Neurosurgeon with 10+ experience.
- His expertise lies in treating Brain tumors for Both Adults and Pediatrics Spinal cord tumors for Both Adult and Pediatrics, Vascular Neurosurgery, Restorative Neurosurgery, Minimally invasive and keyhole endoscopic surgery for brain tumors, spine disc prolapse, tumors aneurysms, Stereotactic and Computer guided brain surgery, Gamma knife radiosurgery, Stereotactic Radiosurgery, Neuro Trauma, Hydrocephalus, and Brain clots.
- Under his credit, there are both national and international journals and he is actively invited as a guest speaker in scientific meetings, CME’s, Worldwide conferences to talk about Brain tumors. He has operated over 200+ complex cases of both Brain and Spine conditions like aneurysms, brain bypass (ST-MCA bypass), excision of arteriovenous malformations, and complex skull base tumors such as Glomus Jugulare.
- Dr. Sarkar completed his graduation and post-graduation from the prestigious Christian Medical College, Vellore. Later, he did his fellowship in Minimally Invasive and Endoscopic Neurosurgery from the reputed Hirslanden Klinik, Zurich, Switzerland, and International Observer Fellowship in Functional Neurosurgery from the Karolinska University, Sweden.
Dr. Hrishikesh Sarkar
Dr. Hrishikesh Sarkar
- Minimally invasive
- Spine disc prolapse
- Stereotactic and Computer guided brain surgery
- Stereotactic Radiosurgery.
- Consultant, Ruby Hall Clinic.
- MCh, Christian Medical College, Vellore.
- MBBS, Christian Medical College, Vellore
- Efficacy of amantadine in improving cognitive dysfunction in adults with severe traumatic brain injury in the Indian population.
- The rare occurrence of intracranial epidermoid tumors in an unusual location with atypical radiological features.
- Keyhole SupracerebellarTranstentorial Transcollateral Sulcus Approach to the Lateral Ventricle.
- Pure intraventricular origin of gliosarcoma – a rare entity.
- Posterior fossa infarct following Viper bite: a paradox.
- Conservative antibiotic policy in patients undergoing non-trauma cranial surgery does not result in higher rates of postoperative meningitis: an audit of nine years of narrow-spectrum prophylaxis.