“It has been three months since I was first hit by a terrible head that required surgery. Thanks to Brains and their expert doctors, I am now doing fine.”
“It was just another day in the life of my father late in September,” says the son of Syed Ziaulla, 55. “Or seemed to be until he was felled by a vicious headache that never went away. It was recurrent, persistent and intolerable. He also experienced something weird: a change in his sensations leading to a loss in consciousness. “When we brought him to Brains we had no idea what had led to his terrible condition but thanks to the care at the hospital, my father is now leading a normal life.”
Indeed, a series of tests, including a CT Angiogram at the Brains Hospital revealed that this apparently healthy man with no remarkable medical history was in fact stricken with large high flow arterio-venous malformatio-nonthe left frontal region of his brain. He went through a surgery soon after and left the hospital feeling fine. “the headaches are now just a distant memory,” says Syed.
“We are very happy with the way my father was treated. Very thankful to Dr. Venkataramana and his team of doctor including nurses and all other staff at Brains,” says his son.