Dr.U.S. Srinivasan

Dr.U.S. Srinivasan
Neurosurgeon, Chennai

MBBS, M.Ch., IFAANS [USA]

  • Dr.U.S. Srinivasan is a consultant at Fortis Malar Hospital, Sri Balaji Hospital, Chennai
  • Has over 20 years of experience in performing more than 3000 major neurosurgical procedures with excellent outcomes.

Specialities

  • Neurosurgery

Expertise

  • Neurotrauma
  • Cervical spondylosis
  • Brain Tumors - Pituitary tumor, Meningioma, Acoustic Neurofibroma.

Education

  • MBBS, M.Ch

Practice Information

Fortis Malar Hospital, Chennai

Fortis Malar Hospital, Chennai

Gandhi Nagar, 52 First Main Road, Adyar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600020

Sri Balaji Hospital, Chennai

Sri Balaji Hospital, Chennai

1, Lawyer Jaganathan Street, Guindy, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600032

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Platinum member of AO spine - Europe. International vista member of Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Member of American Association of Neurological Surgeons, and North American Spine Society [NASS].
  • Rashtriya Ratna Shiromani Award - 2003 by New Delhi based organization called Modern India Interaction Society for contribution in the field of Neurosurgery
  • Rashtriya Pratibha Award – 2004 given by Integrated Council for Socio-Economic Progress based at New Delhi.
  • Nominated in WHO’S WHO ASIA PACIFIC – 2004 published by Richmento International, New Delhi
  • Nominated in WHO’S WHO ASIA AMERICA– 2004 published by Richmento International Books, New Delhi
  • Distinguished Services Award – 2005 by MIOT Hospitals, Chennai, India.
  • Distinguished Customer Award - 2005 given by State Bank of Mysore – Chennai Zone as one of the 20 distinguished customers in the year 2005.
  • Nominated in Marquis Who’s Who (USA) in Medicine and Health Care Professionals - (USA) 2009 -2010
  • Nominated in International Biographical Center (Cambridge, England) in Medicine – 2010
  • INTERNATIONAL:Srinivasan US, et al. Long term outcome of Nondysraphic Intramedullary Spinal Cord Lipomas in adults – Case Series and review. Asian Spine J [Accepted 2013].
  • Srinivasan US, et al. Developmental pattern of the posterior osteophytes in cervical disk disease – An intraoperative, Histopathological study. Global Spine J 2012:02-P58 [DOI: 10.1055/s-0032-1319935].
  • Srinivasan US et al. Posterior epidural migration of sequestrated cervical disc fragment – case series. Asian Spine J 5(4);220-227,2011.
  • Srinivasan V, Cardinali DP, Srinivasan US, Kaur C, Brown GM, Spence DW, Hardeland R, Pandi Perumal SR. Therapeutic potential of melatonin and its analogs in Parkinson’s disease: focus on sleep and neuroprotection. Therapeutic advances in Neurological disorders 2011: DOI 10.1177/1756285611406166.
  • Srinivasan US et al. Pyogenic epidural abscess with primary erector spinae pyomyositis. Case report. The Open Spine Journal 201pp17-20.[DOI: 10.2174/1876532701002010017].
  • Srinivasan US. Intracranial Aspergilloma in Immunocompetent Patients Successfully Treated with Radical Surgical Intervention and Antifungal Therapy. Ann Acad Med Singapore 2008;37:783-787.
  • Srinivasan US et al: Inflammatory Myofibroblastoma of dorsal spinal cord in pregnant lady– A Case report. – North American Spine Journal, USA–2005. (Examination case).
  • Srinivasan US. Fibromyxoma of the Petrous Apex. Pediatric Neurosurg 32:209–213, 2000.
  • Srinivasan US. A mathematical model for predicting the neuro-behavioural sequelae in mild injury. International Conference on Recent Advances in Neurotraumatology, Wen-Ta Chiu (ed), Monduzzi Editore S.p.A. Bologna, Italy 281-285,1999.
  • Srinivasan US etal. Intra-fourth Ventricle Teratoma. Paediatric Neurosurg 30,200-202, 1999.
  • Srinivasan US et al. Trilateral Retinoblastoma. (A case report). Annals Academy of Medicine, Singapore 27,262-264,1998.
  • Athiappan, Muthukumar N, Srinivasan US. CT prognostication in head injuries. Annals Academy of Medicine, Singapore 22,452-455,1993
  • Srinivasan US et al. A mathematical model for outcome prediction in severe head injury. Recent Advances in Neurotraumatology, Nakamura N et al (eds), Springer Verlag, Tokyo 396-399,1993.
  • Muthukumar N, Srinivasan US et al. Prognosis in-patients with post-traumatic intracerebral hemorrhage vs contusion. Recent Advances in Neutramatology, Nakamura N et al (eds), Springer Verlag, Tokyo 345-348,1993
  • NATIONALSrinivasan US et al. Symptomatic adjacent segment degeneration in cervical disc disease requiring surgical intervention – Single author experience. J Spinal Surg 2012:3:725-728.
  • Srinivasan US. Acute spinal cord injury: Managing the site of impact and addressing the reality gap. Contemporary management of spinal cord injury. 2012. Supplement in JAPI India:2012:1-4.
  • Srinivasan US et al. Langerhans cell histiocytosis of the cervical spine in adult – A report of two cases and review of literature. J Spinal Surg 2011:2:533-37.
  • Srinivasan US et al. Partial median corpectomy for C2 – C3 intradural arachnoid cyst: Case report and review of the literature.Neurology India, 2009:802-804.
  • Srinivasan US et al. Anterior single lag screw fixatin in type II dens fracture – Indian experience. Indian Journal of Neurotrauma (IJNT) 2008:5:87-91.
  • Srinivasan US et al Irreducible Type II Dens Fracture reduced using combined Transcervical approach to the anterior cranio-vertebral junction with posterior occipito-cervical fusion – Case report. Bioquest – Pfizer. 2007
  • Srinivasan US. A mathematical model for predicting the outcome in moderate head injury. Neurology India, 54, 28–32, 2006.
  • Srinivasan US et al. Pyogenic brain abscess treated by repeated elective aspiration. Neurology India 47,202-205,1999.
  • Srinivasan US. An equation for predicting the neuro-behavioral sequelae in mild head injury. Neurotrauma 98,14-19,1998.
  • Member of the Asian Conference of Neurological Surgeons - Japan and International Member of Congress of Neurological Surgeons – USA