Mr. B.S. male aged about 26 years in May 2001, was suffering for 3 months with headache, weakness, pain and numb feeling in the right side of the body when he came to us for his treatment on the 23rd of May 2001.
PB aged about 13 yrs as on April 2007. He was brought to us on 10th of April 2007, and presented with headache on & off on left side, occasional nausea, gradual dimness of vision in both eyes, cervical pain for last 2 months.
As per his initial observations, MRI of Brain done on 27th March 2007 showed, '…Hypodense nodular enhancing lesion with perifocal oedema in right parietal parafalcine region. - ? Neoplastic lesion (Glioma ) ? Granulomatus lesion (Tuberculoma) …'
Stereotactic biopsy done on 4th of April 2007, '…Neoplastic Lesion – Glioma'.
After undergoing treatment from us with the medicines Ruta 6c, two doses a day, Calcarea Phosphorica 3X, two doses a day & Lycopodium Clavat 30c, two doses daily for edema all his clinical symptoms recovered within 4-5 months.
CT scan of Brain (plain and IV contrast) done on 2nd November 2007 shows, '…CECT Scan of brain is within normal limits. …'
Then we reduced the doses and stop the medicines after 6 months.
Now patient is leading a trouble free, normal life without any medication.
Mrs. A.B. aged, 18 years on July 2008 came to us on 11th July, 2008 and presented with Headache, Backache & Convulsion since 8 months.
C.T. Scan of Brain done on 30th June, 2008 showed '…Left Parietal Lobe Sol (3.6 X 2.5) Cm with Oedema and mass effects - Glioma '.
Stereotactic biopsy done on the 5th of July 2008… showed '…Glioblastoma multiforme.”
Now the patient is living her normal, trouble free daily life with our medicines.
C.T. Scan of Brain (Plain & Contrast Study) done on 13th of July 2010 shows ' ... disappearance of the SOL…'
RK 2 years old baby, came to us on the 18th of December 2013 and presented with Breathlessness, Gait/walking abnormalities since 2 months.
MRI of Brain done on the 2nd of December 2013 showed 'Peripherally enhancing mass (10 x 10 x 11) mm in brain – stem with mild mass effect over 4th ventricle. Brain – Stem Glioma'.
After undergoing treatment from us his all clinical symptoms were gone within 3-4 months.
Follow up MRI of brain done on 18th of February 2015 showed '…Brain Shows No Abnormality. On Comparison With Previous MRI Dated 02.12.2013, Complete Resolution of The Lesion in Pons And Medulla Are Noted – Suggesting Complete Response To Therapy.'
The patient is now living normal life without our any medication.
NQ aged 75 years old women came to us on the 30th September 2016 and presented with Headache, Vertigo and Weakness of left side of the body and limbs; since 3 months.
MRI and MR Spectroscopy of Brain done on the 2nd of September 2016 showed '…a large enhance lesion at right fronto parietal lobular region with perifocal edema and mass effect ....High grade Glioma …'
After undergoing treatment from us, her all clinical symptoms were gone within 2-3 months. Now patient is leading a trouble free, normal life with our medication in reduced doses.
MRI and MR Spectroscopy of Brain done on the 24th February 2017 showed "…As compared to previous MRI of Brain done on, 02.09.2016 the lession has resolved. No acute abnormality in the current scan …'
Md H. 12 years aged young boy came to our clinic on 16th of December 2008 with the complaints of seizures and headache off and on with haziness of vision, started since last 2 months.
MRI of BRAIN done on dated 4th of December 2008:- Nodular lesion with perifocal oedema in right sup parietal region ? Tuberculoma. Astrocytoma.
Stereotactic biopsy done on 10th of December 2008 showed "…High grade neoplasm ... Glioma..."
After undergoing treatment from us with the medicines Ruta 6c, two doses a day, Calcarea Phosphorica 3X, two doses a day, and Lycopodium 30c two doses daily for edema, all his clinical symptoms recovered within 6-7 months. Now the patient is leading a trouble free, normal life but he still continuing his medication in reduced doses.
Follow up M.R.I. of Brain done on dated 10th of January 2013: --"within normal limit."
A Brain tumor occurs when there is an abnormal proliferation of cells, know as Neoplasm, in the brain. A brain tumor can be benign or malignant (cancerous), and they are not invariably fatal. However, all brain tumors are life -threatening, as they invade the limited space of the intracranial cavity. Symptoms of brain tumor include headache, vomiting, somnolence, hypertensions. There can also be cognitive impairment. The patient may face memory loss, impaired taste and aural senses, visual problems. They may also be attacked with epileptic seizures and abnormal fatigue.
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A tumor that arises from the glial cells in brain or spine is known as glioma. A Glioma can be benign or malignant. Symptoms include headache, nausea, vomiting and seizure. Cranial nerve disorder can also happen.
A highly malignant brain tumor that occurs in the cerebellum is known as meduloblastoma. Symptoms include morning headache, dizziness, facial sensory loss, motor weakness and repeated vomiting.
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This 60 years old gentleman came to us on the 8th of January 2009 and presented with headache, cervical pain, insomnia since 2 months.
C.T.Scan of Brain dated 31.12.2008
C.T. Scan of Brain done on the 31st of December 2008 showed "a well defined brightly enhancing sol in right occipital lobe involving corpus callosum till midline with maximum focal edema. and midline shift Astrocytoma/ Glioblastoma."
Stereotactic biopsy done on the 2nd of January 2009 “… grade IV Astrocytoma/GBM.
Picture of Histopathology
After undergoing treatment from us with the medicines Ruta 6c two doses a day, Calcarea Phosphorica 3X two doses a day, his all clinical symptoms were gone within 3-4 months.
Follow up C.T. Scan of Brain (Plain & Contrast Study) done on 2nd of September 2009 showed “…As compared to previous ct study done on 31.12.08 reveals significant resolution of the lesion with very minimal residue in right posterior parietal region and splenium of corpus callosum , there is no shift of midline structures”
C.T.Scan of Brain dated 02.09.2008
Now the patient is leading a trouble free, normal life but is continuing his medication.
- Name : Mast. P. T.
- Age: 9 years (in Sept. 2003) Male.
- Duration of illness: 16 Months
- Date of first visit: 24.08.2004
- Chief complaints:Gradual weakness of the right side of the body and limbs since last 16 months.
- Past history if any:Post traumatic suspicion of fracture of right hand in April 2003
MRI of Brain done on 08.09.2003-
Impression: "Well defined circumscribed lesion measuring 2cms. X 2.7cms. x 1.2cms. in left basal ganglia and thalamus with patchy enhancement and mild mass effect over frontal horn of left lateral ventricle and midbrain and mild perilesional edema.
Probability of demyelinating disease (tumefying mass) to be considered.
However possibility of pliocytic astrocytoma can not be excluded."
MRI of Brain done on 10.11.2003…
Suggestive of – " A heterogenous lesion seen involving left putaminal region, adjacent thalamus, capsular and caudate with slightly mass effect most likely Glioma Nature."
Stereotactic biopsy done on 29.01.2004..
"Low grade astrocytoma, highly suggestive of a Pliocytic astrocytoma WHO grade I; left thalamic region."
Observations during treatment
Follow up C.T. Scan of Brain (Plain & Contrast Study) done on dated 11.08.2005 shows -" Non enhancing calcified mixed density mass at left basal ganglia with mild mass effect without any perilesional oedema."
Complication during treatment if any : None.
Follow up C.T. Scan of Brain (Plain & Contrast Study) done on dated 11.08.2005
shows- " Non enhancing calcified mixed density mass at left basal ganglia with mild mass effect without any perilesional oedema."
Now the lively lad is leading trouble free normal daily life.
MRI of Brain Dated 10.11.2003
C.T. Scan of Brain Dated 11.08.2005
- Name:PD (a.k.a TM)
- Age:23 years (22.02.2007)
- Duration of illness:7 months
- Date of first visit: 22.02.2007
- Chief complaints: Headache off and on, occasional nausea with vomiting and convulsions since the last 7-8 months.
- Past History, if any: Nil
EEG Report dated 24.06.2006, “…Generalised cerebral dysrhythmias – inter seizure pattern…”
CT scan Brain dated 11.07.2006, “…FINDINGS: Posterior fossa structures do not reveal any significant abnormality. Basal subarachnoid cisterns, sylvian fissures and cortical sulci are normal. Third and both lateral ventricles are normal with septum in the midline.
A well defined hypodense SOL (23 X 24 X 24 mm.) with calcified margin but no appreciable peripheral edema is visible in the medial aspect of the temporal lobe (left).
IMPRESSION: Parasellar (left) SOL - ?dermoid - ?? low grade glioma…”
MRI of brain dated 25.08.2006 showed, “…MRI of brain reveals a well defined cystic lesion measuring 21.89 Tr. X 18.56 AP x 17.30 S.I. at left medial temporal lobe adjoining choroids fissure displacing the fissure superiorly. There is mild perilesional oedema & mass effect in the form of effacement of adjoining perimesencephalic cistern & compression of left cerebral peduncle. On GRE, there are few hypointense foci favouring calcification / bleed. On contrast study, there is bright peripheral enhancement.
Impression: Contrast M.R.I of brain reveals a peripherally enhanching lesion at left medial temporal lobe with mass effect.
The possibilities are
i) Ganglioglioma / Gangliocytoma;
iii) Abscess. …”
Stereotactic biopsy (Slide No. 5140/04) report – “ASTROCYTOMA GR-II OF IV”.
Observations during treatment:
CT scan dated 24.11.2007, “…IMPRESSION : Review study shows the left parasellar lesion has regressed in size (23mm x 24mm x 24mm on 11.07.2006 as against 18mm x 14mm x 24mm today)...”
Complication during treatment if any :Nil
A young lady aged about 23 years came to us on 22.02.2007 suffering from headache, nausea, vomiting and convulsions since the last 7–8 months. Her initial observation CT scan Brain on 11.07.2006, “…showed a well defined hypodense parasellar (left) SOL (23x24x24mm.) ?Low Grade Glioma…..”
MRI of Brain done on 25.08.2006 – “……Contrast MRI of brain revealed a peripherally enhanching lesion at left medial temporal lobe with mass effect measuring 21.89 x 18.56 x 17.30mm.? Ganglioglioma….”
Stereotactic biopsy report – “ASTROCYTOMA GR-II OF IV”.
During our treatment her follow up observation like CT scan brain on 24.11.2007 “…..Review study shows the left parasellar lesion has regressed in size (23 x 24 x 24mm on 11.07.2006 as against 18 x 14 x 24mm)….”
Within 9–10 months of our homeopathic treatment there is marked improvement in her health and symptoms enabling her to lead a normal life.
22.02.2007, 24.03.2007, 28.04.2007, 22.05.2007, 23.06.2007, 21.07.2007, 06.08.2007, 22.08.2007, 28.09.2007, 29.10.2007, 28.11.2007, 22.12.2007, 28.01.2008.
Homeopathic Medicines Used:
Ruta Graveolens 6c, two doses daily, Calcarea Phosphorica 3X two doses daily