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Dr Aniruddh T Jagannath

Dr Aniruddh T Jagannath

MCh - Neurosurgery, MBBS

Dr Aniruddh T Jagannath

MCh - Neurosurgery, MBBS

Specialisation- Brain and Spine

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Dr Aniruddh T Jagannath is one of the best neurological/ brain and spine surgeons based in Bangalore with an excellent experience of fifteen years in the field. Located in MG Road, he has played an active role in their betterment of life for thousands of patients. Dr Aniruddh is skilled in performing all kinds of brain and spine surgeries and an expert in treating disorders related to the nervous system. He is utterly dedicated to his patients and their care that he leaves no stone unturned to bring the best results in his patients.

Dr Aniruddh Jagannath graduated from Bangalore medical college with honours' and went on to pursue his dream of becoming a neurosurgeon. His training was at the prestigious NIMHANS for a period of 6 long years. He is currently affiliated with Vikram Hospital Bangalore and operates in the Vikram Institute of Neurosciences.

After his training at NIMHANS, he pursued his interest in skull base and pituitary surgeries and has finished a fellowship in endoscopic surgery at the world-famous Ghent university BELGIUM. He has been a visiting fellow of pituitary and skull base surgery at multiple universities across the globe. He further enhanced his knowledge in pituitary and skull base surgery by observing Prof Amin Kassam at Milwaukee USA and Prof Daniel Prevedello at Columbus university Ohio, USA, who are among the pioneers of Endoscopic skull base and pituitary surgery in the world. He got trained in using SONOWAND ultrasound for Brain tumour surgery at Bratislava, Slovakia and has been trained under Prof Charlie Teo in minimally invasive Brain surgery at Debrecen, Hungary. Dr Aniruddh is keen to know more and updates his knowledge regularly and had training in Robotic neurosurgery.

He is specialised in headache management, fits (epilepsy) and other neurological illnesses. He also treats neck pain and back pain. His emphasis is on accurate diagnosis and nonsurgical lines of therapy in these cases (as far as possible). He is skilled at performing skull base surgery (pituitary tumours) where the tumour is removed through the nose. He also operates on the spine with a small incision (minimally invasive spine surgery) for slip disc and spondylolysis where the recovery period is short, and the incisions are shorter. Dr Aniruddh also operates regularly on brain tumours, both in adults and children, trigeminal neuralgia with facial pain, cerebral aneurysms, and brachial plexus injuries. He also is an expert in endoscopic procedures for hydrocephalus in children (ETV). He has been a visiting fellow at Ohio University and aurora neurosciences (USA), where he had special training in robotic neurosurgery. He has an experience of working at Ramaiah memorial hospital as associate professor of neurosurgery for over eight years and is currently operating at VIKRAM hospital miller's road Bengaluru as a consultant brain and spine surgeon.


  • MCh - Neurosurgery - National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), 2010
  • MBBS - Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore, 2003


  • 2005 - 2010 Sr. Resident at National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS)
  • 2010 - 2011 Chief Resident at National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS)
  • 2011 - 2018 Associate professor and Consultant Brain- spine Surgeon at MS Ramaiah Medical college and Ramaiah memorial hospital

Training and Certifications

  • Fellowship in neuro endoscopy (Skull base and intracranial) - University of Ghent (Belgium), 2014
  • Visiting fellow at Aurora neurosciences Milwaukee USA, 2016(endoscopic skull base and pituitary surgery and ROVOT™ neurosurgery under the mentorship of Prof Amin Kassam) 2016
  • Visiting fellow at Ohio University, Columbus, USA (endoscopic skull base and pituitary surgery under the mentorship of Prof Daniel Prevedello and Prof R Carrau)2016
  • Training in SONOWAND neurosurgery at Bratislava, Slovakia 2013
  • Training in Minimally invasive Brain surgery via an Eyebrow incision at Debrecen, Hungary under the mentorship of Prof Charlie Teo, 2013


  • I consulted Dr Anirudh upon the reference of Dr.Rajesh, an eye specialist, when I was diagnosed with pituitary adenoma in the brain. That was the time when the entire family was in shock and despair. Dr. Anirudh suggested multiple tests to confirm the type of tumour before finalising the treatment option. Test results ruled out the possibility of treatment with medicines. Surgery was the only option. Dr.Anirudh asked me to read about the surgical procedure and get back to him with questions. During the next visit he happily explained and answered all the queries that I had. My tumour was quite big, and the preferred surgical method was endoscopic endonasal approach. This meant that the success of the surgery depended completely on the surgical skills of the neurosurgeon!! The surgery was a little risky one as the tumour was non-homogenous and had occupied the areas of the brain where nerves responsible for the movement of eye ball and the major blood vessels to the brain were also residing. Dr Anirudh lead the surgery along with Dr. Harisha and a group of neurosurgeons at Vikram hospital, Bangalore. Surgery was successful and I regained my partially lost eye sight. I was back home after the surgery in a week’s time and was back to my normal routine in a month. I can vouch for the skills of Dr. Anirudh now. He is also one of the experts in performing endoscopic brain surgeries. My experience with this case is an example for that.
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