Jaipur-based Dr. KK Bansal is a Senior Consultant Neurosurgeon, specialising in brain tumours, aneurysms, arteriovenous malformation (AVM) and spinal tumours. He has an MS in General Surgery and an MCh in Neurosurgery as his main surgical qualifications, and has been in professional practice since 2000. In addition, he has completed various training programmes and fellowships connected to neurosurgery, both in India and overseas. This includes a specialised course at Nagoya University... [+]

Fellowships
  • Sugita Scholar. Specialised training in micro-neurosurgery. Nagoya University School of Medicine, Nagoya. May-July 2003.
    Japan
  • UICC Fellow - (International Union Against Cancer). Clinical Research at Hospital for Sick Children, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Toronto.
    Canada
Accreditation
  • Reviewer, NEUROIMAGE. Published by Elsevier. Since Oct 2006.
  • Visiting Professor, Neurosurgery. Medical University of South Carolina, University of Michigan and UCLA Neurosurgery Department. Jun 2008.
Research
Research Scholar: Selected as Research Fellow. For bench research on brain tumours and for inhibition of their growth in lab using laminin inhibitors. Brain Tumour Research Centre, University of Toronto. Oct 2005 to Jan 2006.
Publications
Article
Sertoli Leydig cell tumour of ovary – a case report and review of literature. KK Bansal, SC Dutta, G Chauhan, and P Vickers. Rajasthan Medical Journal. (In press).
Article
Retroperitoneal lymphatic cysts. Report of two cases. KK Bansal, Anil Agrawal, KM Garg, P Vickers. SDMH Journal. Vol. 20, No. 1, Jun 1996.
Article
Split cord malformation in paediatric patients. Raj Kumar, KK Bansal, and DK Chhabra. Neurology India. 2001; 49.128-133.
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Presentations
    Presentation
  • Occurrence of split cord malformations in Meningomyelocele: Complex Spina Bifida. 2nd South Asian Neurosurgical Congress. Dhaka, Feb 2001.
  • Presentation
  • Split cord malformation (SCM): with and without Meningomyelocele. (A comparative analysis of 46 cases). Xth Annual Conference of UP Neurosurgical Society. Aligarh, 2001.
  • Presentation
  • Poster Presentation: Multiple meningiomas: an unusual case. 1st International Levantine Forum. Advances in Neurosurgical Surgery. Bari, Italy, 2004.
  • Presentation
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Training
MBBS: SP Medical College, Bikaner. 1993.
MS (General Surgery): SMS Medical College, Jaipur. 1997.
MCh (Neurosurgery): SG PGIMS, Lucknow. 2000.
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