Dr.K.M. Bopanna

Dr.K.M. Bopanna
Neurosurgeon, Bangalore

MBBS, DNB

  • 2 Hospitals
  • 14 Years Experience
  • Dr.K.M. Bopanna is a consultant at Manipal Hospital, Bangalore
  • He worked as Consultant Neurosurgeon both at the Narayana Hrudayalaya Institute of Neurosciences as well as the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences
  • Have performed over 4000 neurosurgeries over a span of 10 years, including complex brain tumors, aneurysms & spinal procedures
  • Specialized in operating tumors in the speech and motor areas of the brain with intraop cortical stimulation guided monitoring to optimize excision and outcome
  • Performed over 40 cases of epilepsy surgery and specialized in minimally invasive approaches to treat this disorder as well as various other brain and spine disorders

Specialities

  • Neurosurgery

  • Pediatric Neurosurgery

Expertise

  • Neurovascular Surgery
  • Endoscopic And Skull Base Neurosurgery
  • Epilepsy Surgery
  • Cervical Spine Surgery

Education

  • MBBS from Kasturba Medical College (KMC)
  • DNB from Manipal Hospital, Bangalore
  • He has had training stints in Neurosurgery from some of the best Hospitals in the US and Canada
  • Fellowship in Pediatric Neurosurgery : Hospital For Sick Children, Toronto, Canada

Practice Information

Manipal Hospital, HAL Airport Road

Manipal Hospital, HAL Airport Road

98, HAL Airport Road, Bangalore, Karnataka - 560017

Medha Speciality Centre, Bangalore

Medha Speciality Centre, Bangalore

# 156, 2nd "A" Cross, Domlur 2nd Stage, Domlur, Bangalore, Karnataka - 560071

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Dr. Bopanna received the international fellowship in Pediatric Neurosurgery – an ward from the joint committee of American Association of Neurological surgeons (AANS) and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS)
  • Team member who successfully separated the internationally acclaimed ischiopagus conjoined twins at Bangalore in 2007
  • Minimally invasive endoscopic surgery for spontaneous ICHPresented at Bangalore Neurological Society meeting ,October 2010
  • Unusual multiple intracranial aneurysmsPresented at the Bangalore Neurological Society meeting, Bangalore, India, June 2004
  • Brainstem AVM’s – role of surgical excisionPresented at Bangalore Neurological Society meeting, Bangalore, August 2013
  • Surgical excision for ventral midbrain AVMPresented at the Neurovascon meeting (National Society of Cerebrovascular Neurosurgeons) 2013 ,Hyderabad, September 2013
  • Surgery for Temporal Lobe EpilepsyPresented at the Bangalore Neurological Society meeting, Bangalore, India, November 2007
  • Minimally invasive approach in cervical disc diseasePresented at the Karnataka Spine Forum meeting, Bangalore, India, May 2009
  • Unusual causes of CSF Rhinorrhea – endoscopic repair of lateral sphenoid sinus leaksPresented at Bangalore Neurological Society meeting, Bangalore, August 2012
  • Posterior circulation aneurysms -The SSSIHMS experiencePresented at the Bangalore Neurological Society meeting, Bangalore, India, November 2005
  • Minimally Invasive surgery for cervical disc diseasePresented at the Bangalore Neurological Society meeting, Bangalore, India, October 2008
  • Unusual distant spread of CNS gliomasPresented at the Bangalore Neurological Society meeting, Bangalore, India, Feb. 1999
  • Stereotactic neurosurgery for Parkinson’s Disease - our experiencePresented at the 49th annual conference of the Neurological Society of India, Chennai, India, Dec. 2000
  • Effect of thalamotomy on Parkinsonian tremorPresented at the 3rd annual conference of the Indian Society of Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, Pune, India, Oct.1999
  • CNS infections complicating abdominal surgeryPresented at the Surgical Society of India (Bangalore chapter) meeting, Bangalore, India, May 1999
  • Lower Limb Radiculopathy following aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhagePresented at Bangalore Neurological Society meeting, Bangalore, August 2012
  • Craniofacial surgical approaches–non trauma experiencePresented at the Bangalore Neurological Society meeting, Bangalore, India, June 2000
  • Pediatric perforating head injury - a case report and literature reviewedPresented at the Pediatric Neurosciences rounds, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada, August 2007
  • Surgical management of suprasellar meningiomasPresented at the 48th annual conference of the Neurological Society of India, Hyderabad, India, Dec. 1999
  • Primary leptomeningeal PNET – case report and literature reviewedPresented at Bangalore Neurological Society meeting, Bangalore, August 2011
  • He is a member of many prominent Medical Associations like the Congress of Neurological Surgeons,USA,Neurological Society of India, Bangalore Neurological Society and the Karnataka Medical Council