Blog Posts - Brain Surgery



This Brazilian man has stunned doctors when he still can play the guitar and sing during brain surgery.

Anthony Kulkamp Dias, 33 years old, was still conscious while undergoing a surgery to remove a tumor in his brain. This man even played guitar and sang for the surgery The post This Brazilian man has stunned doctors when he still can play the guitar...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Dec 30, 2015

A tale of a two month slump!

It appears to me that two months seems to be my "go-to" number in regards to the length of my post hiatus'. That must change. Now!This, my blogsphere folk, is going to be an honest overview. To be fair, I'm always pretty open right?! However, I have...
by Life inside the Locket on Jun 17, 2015

Today Trending News: Bang Bang! Most Trending Teaser Facts revealed

Today Trending News : Bang Bang! remake of Hollywood’s Knight and Day Let’s discuss the Bang Bang! most trending teaser facts revealed worldwide. It’s being today trending news that kiss kiss Bang Bang! remake of Hollywood’s K...
by Today Trending News on Sep 26, 2014

I Make THE BEST Sandwiches #TeamBelinda #SandwichesforChiari

Melissa Say What? - The Journey of a Young, Single, Working Mother to a Teen featuring Practical Product & Food Reviews, Recipes, Giveaways and Family Friendly Articles. Sandwiches for Chiari Malformation I’ve been trying to teach my 14-ye...
by Melissa Say What? on Feb 15, 2014

I Make THE BEST Sandwiches #TeamBelinda #SandwichesforChiari

Melissa Say What? - The Journey of a Young, Single, Working Mother to a Teen featuring Practical Product & Food Reviews, Recipes, Giveaways and Family Friendly Articles. Sandwiches for Chiari Malformation I’ve been trying to teach my 14-ye...
by Melissa Say What? on Feb 15, 2014

Going Deep: Surgery For Addiction?

Controversial DBS technique shows early promise for Parkinson’s, Tourette’s.Bielefeld, Germany—The third in an irregular series of posts about a recent conference, Neuroplasticity in Substance Addiction and Recovery: From Genes to Culture and B...
by Addiction Inbox on Jan 28, 2014

A History of Brain Surgery

Brain surgery is perhaps the oldest of the practiced medical arts. There is no hard evidence suggesting a beginning to the practice of other fields of medicine such as pharmacology — using drugs, chemical and natural ingredients to help a fellow hu...
by Connecting Hypnotherapy... on Oct 18, 2013

The girl who cried wolf…

Or maybe something else instead...I guess having  a small seizure is still a good reason to rush off to the ER and MUCH better than getting told my cancer is back in the brain.Small update from yesterday: my right side of my face and head starte...
by Renee Sendelbach on Oct 1, 2013

Brain games

It's funny how life has changed over the past six months. How my family has changed. How I have changed. The "issues" and "problems" that seemed soooo important back then seem so insignificant now. I'm almost embarrassed that I shed tears to a frien...
by Writing - It's My Thing on Sep 15, 2013

How to be a medical advocate (or “Does the squeaky wheel really get the grease?”)

As any of you who follow me know, my mom has spent most of this summer in the hospital recovering from several brain surgeries due to bleeds and aneurysms. It’s been a hell of a summer and one I’m sure no one in my family bargained for or wants t...
by Writing - It's My Thing on Aug 30, 2013

The truth...

Ian asked me if there was any such thing as a real happy place. I told him of course – in your heart and mind you can always be in your happy.People tell me all the time that I we handle “all this” so well…that they don’t think they could...
by Renee Sendelbach on Jul 22, 2013

Can I get off this merry go-round now??

I feel like I am on a merry go-round…all the time – up and down, round and round, up and down, round and round…forever going on…I just want off for a little bit…but then I wonder – what would happen if I did get off? Aren’t we all...
by Renee Sendelbach on Jun 23, 2013

Radiation…it is catching up with me

I am tired. I am not able to sleep a whole night. I have a small lingering headache most of the time…blah. BUT, after seeing the radiation doctor on Tuesday, I feel great about where I am at.He said he is very happy with how great I look and for m...
by Renee Sendelbach on Jun 20, 2013

A month later...

I had to look at the calendar this morning to see when I had my 3rd brain surgery – not sure if that is a good or bad thing?!?! I am going to go with good being as it means I am not dwelling on how fast I am not getting better, because the fact is...
by Renee Sendelbach on Jun 15, 2013

Quick update:

Brain radiation is over and so far so good! I pretty much laid around all day yesterday – let me tell you what I hard thing that is.  I have all this nervous energy and my mind won’t turn off, but my body just can’t get up and go…so, I...
by Renee Sendelbach on Jun 9, 2013

Day 3 radiation down and slight plan

I visited with Dr H yesterday - yes I was feeling lost without having seen her for a little over a week...or even being there.Between her and Dr. Groves we are all on the same page.  -Sending any and all tissue we have out for mega proto typing...
by Renee Sendelbach on Jun 8, 2013

Brain oncologist and day 2 of radiation

I went to see Dr. Groves yesterday. If I haven’t said it enough, let me say it more – I am so beyond blessed with the team of doctors I have working with me and with each other it amazing me me…completely amazes me.So Dr. Groves – he still...
by Renee Sendelbach on Jun 7, 2013

I’m Back – Brain surgery slowed me down for a while

I have not posted to Thinking Patriots for a number of months.  I had a brain surgery to remove a tumor from my pituitary gland.  All is well now and I am back in the saddle.Filed under: Business, Critiques Tagged: back in the saddle, brain surgery...
by Thinking Patriots on Jun 6, 2013

I’m Back – Brain surgery slowed me down for a while

I have not posted to Thinking Patriots for a number of months.  I had a brain surgery to remove a tumor from my pituitary gland.  All is well now and I am back in the saddle. Filed under: Business, Critiques Tagged: back in the saddle, brain surger...
by Thinking Patriots on Jun 6, 2013

I’m Back – Brain surgery slowed me down for a while

I have not posted to Thinking Patriots for a number of months.  I had a brain surgery to remove a tumor from my pituitary gland.  All is well now and I am back in the saddle.
by Thinking Patriots on Jun 6, 2013


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