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Within its short period of existence, the Institute has:
  • A thriving weekly academic programme in place with presentations from in-house doctors, health care professionals and visiting experts
  • Presented three technical papers in international conferences.
  • Prof. UP Devkota, Chief of Neurosurgery requested by Cambridge University and Newcastle University in the UK to collaborate in two major multicentre international research studies.
  • Postgraduate M.Ch Neurosurgery training initiated as a constituent program of Kathmandu University with intake of two residents/yr from the year 2009.

Classes:

Sunday – Friday (8:30am -9:30am and 2:00pm-3:00pm)

  • Psychiatry posting of students from BPKIHS and Manipal college of medical sciences at regular basis
  • International observers from USA, England, and Hungary
  • Neurosurgery MCh. 
  • CME: meeting monthly CME in association with Nepalese Academy of Neurology and various presentations in NESON
  • IV thrombolysis within 3 hrs: Presented in ESOC, 2016, Barcelona, Spain
  • Monotherapy is associated with 2 years seizure free interval. Epilepsy meeting: 2016, Bengaluru, India
  • NMJ disorders: Sydney, Australia 2016
  • Thapa L, Shrestha S, Shrestha P, Bhattarai S, Gongal DN, Devkota UP. Feasibility and efficacy of thrombolysis in acute ischemic stroke: A study from National Institute of Neurological and Allied Sciences, Kathmandu, Nepal. J Neurosci Rural Pract2016;7:55-60.
  • Lekhjung Thapa, Suman Bhattarai, Milan P Shrestha, Dinesh N Gongal, Upendra P Devkota. Chorea-acanthocytosis: a case report. International Medical Case Report Journal. 2016;9:39-42.
  • Lekhjung Thapa and P. V. S. Rana, “BMI, HOMA-IR, and Fasting Blood Glucose Are Significant Predictors of Peripheral Nerve Dysfunction in Adult Overweight and Obese Non-diabetic Nepalese Individuals: A Study from Central Nepal,” Neurology Research International, vol. 2016, Article ID 2810158, 8 pages, 2016. doi:10.1155/2016/2810158
  • Thapa L, Sharma N, Poudel RS, Bhandari TR, Bhagat R, Shrestha A, Shrestha S, Khatiwada D, Caplan LR. Knowledge, attitude, and practice of stroke among high school students in Nepal. J Neurosci Rural Pract2016;7:504-9.
  • P. Khanal, L. Thapa, A. M. Shrestha, S. Bhattarai, D. Sapkota, N. Sharma, U. P. Devkota. Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis during Everest Expedition: A Case Report and Review of the Literature. Case Reports in Neurological Medicine Volume 2016, Article ID 8314040, 3 pages Http://Dx.Doi.Org/10.1155/2016/8314040
  • Shrestha P, Shrestha P, Devkota UP. Excision of an Anterior Intradural Arachnoid Cyst of the Cervical Spine through Central Corpectomy Approach. Eur Spine J, 2017, DOI 10.1007/s00586-017-4973-2
  • Shrestha P, Devkota UP. The question of double identity. Neurocirugia. 2016.Http://Dx.Doi.Org/10.1016/J.Neucir.2016.10.002
  • Thapa LJ, Shrestha S, Shrestha P, Bhattarai S, Gongal DN, Devkota UP. Feasibility and Efficacy of thrombolysis in acute ischemic stroke: A study from National Institute of Neurological and Allied Sciences, Kathmandu, Nepal. Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, 2016, Volume 7, Issue 1; 55-60
  • Munakomi S and Shrestha P. Sciatic Nerve Schwannoma- a rare cause of Sciatica, F1000 Research 2017, 6: 267 (doi: 10.12686/f1000 research 2017, 6: 267)
  1. The role of transcranial doppler ultrasonography in predicting the outcome of neurosurgical patients with fixed dilated or non-reacting pupils.
  2. Magnetic resonance Spectroscopy study of the changes in cerebral metabolites and their implication on outcome in patients with ischemic stroke.
  3. Study of the prognostic factors predicting outcome in moderate and severe head injuries.
  4. Role of magnetic resonance imagining in prediction of outcome in traumatic diffuse axonal injury.
  5. Anatomical variation of the circle of Willis and it correlation with the site of aneurysm in Nepalese patients with spontaneous subarachnoid hemorrhage.
  6. A prospective study of pediatric head injuries at Bir hospital.
  7. Incidence of coagulopathy and its effect on outcome of patients with moderate to severe head injury.
  8. Rapid tracheal intubation with vacuronium: The timing principle.
  9. Study on the natural history, clinical characteristic and outcome of treatment of spontaneous supratentorial hemorrhage.
  10. Surgical Outcome of acute extradural hematoma in department of neurosurgery college of medical sciences , Bharatpur , Chitwan.
  1. Renal Impariment in Stroke (edited- being prepared for submission)
  2. Qualitatitve Difference in CSF analysis (lumbar vs ventricular)
  3. Analysis of Cerebello-pontine angle tumors operated at the National Institute of Neurological and Allied Sciences.
  4. Vitamin D in acute ischemic stroke
  5. Normality NCS data of Nepalese population
  6. Profile of patients living with epilepsy presenting for electroencephalography
  7. Moya-Moya disease: a case report
  8. Takayasu arteritis: a case report
  9. Clinical profile of AIDP patients: A retrospective analysis
  10. Outcome of patients Thrombolysed with tenecteplase in acute ischemic stroke Updated May 3, 2017
  11. Predictors of outcome of hemorrhagic stroke
  12. Profile of patients presenting with Parkinson’s disease
  13. A randomized controlled trial of Albendazole therapy in solitary neurocysticercosis
  14. FLAIR hyperintense vessels in acute ischemic stroke
  15. Predictors of unfavourable outcome after hypertensive supratentorial intracranial hemorrhage.
  16. Difference in outcome of neuro critical care patients based on early versus late tracheostomy.
  17. Monitoring of intracranial pressure in hypertension supratentorial intracerebral hemorrhage after hematoma evacuation.
  1. Alcohol Dependence Syndrome
  2. Alzheimer’s Disease
  3. CT/ MRI in neurological disorders
  4. Electroencephalogram (Basic principles and Interpretation)
  5. Typical EEG
  6. Epilepsy (A case presentation)
  7. Cheiro-Oral Syndrome (A case presentation)
  8. Chronic daily headache
  9. EEG activation procedures
  10. Psychogenic movement disorders
  11. Brain tumors
  12. Huntington’s Disease (A case presentation)
  13. Parkinson’s disease, non motor symptoms
  14. CT/ MRI basics
  15. Anatomy, Limbic system
  16. Neuropsychiatric manifestations of HIV
  17. Leukodystrophy, approach to psychiatry
  18. Neuroinfections
  19. Psychogenic non epileptic seizure disorder
  20. Polyneuropathy
  21. Wernicke encephalopathy
  22. Approach to Ataxia
  23. Hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathy (HMSN)
  24. Stroke, thrombolysis and other advances
  25. Wilson’s disease
  26. Tetanus (A case presentation)
  27. Meningitis
  28. Metabolic Encephalopathy (A case presentation)
  29. Basal ganglia pathways
  30. Amyloid angiopathy( A case presentation)
  31. Conversion Disorder
  32. HSV Encephalitis (A case presentation)
  33. Myoclonus
  34. Choreo-athetosis
  35. Multiple sclerosis
  36. Stroke in Diabetes
  1. Glioblastoma Multiforme
  2. Subarachnoid hemorrhage
  3. Cerebellar tumors
  4. Parasagittal Meningioma
  5. Basilar tip aneurysm
  6. Hydrocephalus
  7. Cerebellopontine angle tumor (CP angle tumors)
  8. Dural AV fistula
  9. Prolapsed discs
  10. Cervical vertebrae fracture with cord compression
  11. Spinal tumors
  12. EDH/SDH
  13. Pituitary macroadenoma
  14. Spina Bifida
  15. Electrolyte imbalance, causes and management
  16. Cavernous Hemangioma
  17. Causes, mechanism and types of brachial plexus injury
  18. Antibiotic prophylaxis for preventing meningitis in patients with basilar skull fractures
  19. Spinal cord and spinal injuries
  20. Anterior cervical surgery
  21. Intracranial AVM
  22. CVJ anomalies
  23. High grade gliomas