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Dr. Ashok Hande

Consultant, Brain & Spine Surgery

MBBS, MS, MCh (Neurosurgery)

Sugita Fellowship (1992).: at Nagoya, Japan for special training in vascular surgery and skull base tumors.

Hamilton Bailey Foundation Trust Scholarship (1993): Visited Dr. Bennet Stein's dept at Columbia University, New York for a special training in vascular and skull base surgery.

Radiosurgery (1997) training in X-knife radiosurgery in Radionics at Boston, USA.

Fellowship in Microneurosurgery (1998), Fugita University, Japan.

Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery (2002): Trained in Neurosurgery department, Tokyo University Medical College for stereotactic and functional neurosurgery

Fellowship in Spinal instrumentation, (2007): National University Hospital, Seoul, South Korea Fellowship in Neuroendoscopy, Gieswald, Germany

Education & Training

  • MBBS – Mumbai – April 1983
  • MS (General surgery) – Mumbai – June 1987
  • M.Ch. (Neurosurgery) – Mumbai – April 1990


Dr Hande have been practising neurosurgery for the past 25 years. Dr Hande has a vast working experience with all reputed hospitals. Dr Hande is a part of well established stroke unit.

With a vast body of experience and success in the field of neurosurgery, Dr Hande has also been credited for pioneering neurosurgery in Navi Mumbai.

Dr Hande began his career after graduating from Seth G. S. Medical College and K.E.M.Hospital, Mumbai in 1983 and then went on to complete M.S. (General Surgery) and M.Ch. (Neurosurgery) in 1990 from Bombay University.

Dr Hande has attained multiple fellowships in abroad and also taken part in extensive research work. There are many publications to Dr Hande’s credit along with teaching experience of over 26 years to undergraduate and post graduate students.

Dr Hande has done a formal Training in Radiosurgery at Boston, USA.

Dr Hande has expertise in Minimal invasive Neurosurgery, Complex Skull based tumour, Brain Stroke, Cerebral Aneurysm, Radio Surgery, Arterio Venous Malformation, Neuro Rehabilitation.

Languages Spoken

English, Hindi, Marathi

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Professional Highlights


International Conferences:

  • Early personal experience with 25 cases of brain A VMs: in Japanese Zonal Congress held in Nagoya in 1992.
  • latrogenic pseudoancurysm of the vertebral artery in a patient with neurofobromatosis: presented in Japanese Zonal Congress held in Nagoya in 1992.
  • Personal experience in 15 cases of primary brain stem injury presented in Nihon University. Japan, 1999.
  • History of Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery. Tokyo 2002
  • History of stereotactic and Functional neurosurgery, presented in National SFNS conference, Matsumoto, Japan, 2002

National Conferences:

  • Intramedullary Lipoma: at Annual National Neurosurgery-Neurology meet, 1993.
  • Z-flow shunts- a multicentric trial: at Annual National Neurosurgery-Neurology meet, 1994.
  • Multiple papers on subarachnoid hemorrhage and AVM presented in Zonal conference


  • Unusual complication following transnasal trans-sphenoidal surgery- a case report> Br J Neurosurgery. 5(no 2).205-208, 1991
  • Hemorrhage into an intradiploic arachnoid cyst and review of literature: a case report. J of Neurosurgery, December 1999
  • Cerebellar hemangioblastoma with distant metastasis with review of the literature. Br J of Neurosurgery, 1996.
  • Postmyelographic changes in CSF: a study of 50 cases. J of Postgraduate Medicine, March 1992. 4th Ventricular Arachnoid cyst. Accepted in Br J of Neurosurgery, 1995.
  • Dilemma in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: Jaslok Bulletin, April 1995.
  • Pseudoaneurysm of the vertebral artery: a case report, Jaslok Bulletin, June 1995 Mobile Pseudocyst of pancreas: a diagnostic conundrum, a case report. J of postgraduate medicine 33:91-93, 1987.
  • Fistula in Ano, Indian Journal of Medical Research 94 (B):177-185, 1991.

Publications under consideration:

  • Absence of deep venous system in AVMs of the brain: a new classification proposed.
  • Personal experience with 160 cases of brain AVMs.
  • Z-flow hydrocephalic shunt: a multicentric trial.

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