Chronic Subdural Haematoma, also known as Chronic Subdural Hemorrhage, is a condition in which blood collects between the brain and its outermost layer. In some cases, the haematoma can be asymptomatic and does not require treatment. In other cases, this condition can cause neurological problems such as confusion, memory problems, headaches, and seizures. Surgical treatment for chronic subdural haematoma can include draining fluid by creating small holes in the skull or craniotomies for larger hematomas.
Columbia Asia Referral Hospital in Yeshwanthpur is a renowned super-specialty 200-bedded hospital which was established in 2008. Fully accredited with international and national organizations, this hospital is a premier medical facility with world-class infrastructure governed according to international standards of clinical care and quality control. This hospital has an excellent team of highly qualified and reputed doctors, outfitted with the latest technologies and advanced equipment.
BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital is a top-class multi-specialty tertiary care hospital with a capacity of 500 beds offering exemplary services for outpatient, inpatient, and critical care. This hospital is credited to be the first to be recognized for Research & Development by the government and is the only hospital to be associated with King’s College Hospital, London. The first hospital to conduct Dual Organ (Liver & Kidney) Transplantation, 150 computer-assisted Knee replacement surgeries, 200 Endoscopic Ultrasound Procedures, Simultaneous Pancreas & Kidney Transplantation in Karnataka. BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital is recognized for having one of the largest liver ICUs in the country.