Priandana Adya Eka Saputra
Department of Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Padjdajaran-Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital

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AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS: FIRST CASE REPORT IN DEPARTMENT OF NEUROSURGERY, FACULTY OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITAS PADJADJARAN, BANDUNG Faried, Ahmad; Saputra, Priandana Adya Eka; Dhuha, Alief; Arifin, Muhammad Zafrullah
International Journal of Integrated Health Sciences Vol 7, No 1 (2019)
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Objective: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neurodegenerative disease that is incurable and results in paralysis of the muscles. Electromyography (EMG) is used to diagnosis amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Although recently there is no cure for ALS, knowledge has increased significantly in the past several years and is helping those who are newly diagnosed.Methods: This study reported for the first time in Department of Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Padjadjaran-Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital, Bandung a 58-year old man who was presented in the institution with a history of weakness of both lower extremities for four months preceded by weakness of both upper extremities since the previous month. There was no history of any medical illness or any chronic medication. The patient then underwent EMG studies, followed by muscle biopsy.Result: Electromyography and histopathological results confirmed a diagnosis of ALS.Conclusion: This case was so exceptional, since ALS occurrence in Neurosurgery Centre is extremely rare, and the diagnosis can only be established through EMG and histopathological of muscle biopsy studies.Keywords: The fist reported of ALS in Neurosurgery Bandung, electromyography studies 
MORPHOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF THE CORPUS, SPINAL CANAL AND TORG RATIO USING MIDSAGITTAL CERVICAL VERTEBRAE COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN: INDONESIAN POPULATION Dahlan, Rully Hanafi; Saputra, Priandana Adya Eka; Farid Yudoyono, Farid; Ompusunggu, Sevline Esthetia; Arifin, Muhammad Zafrullah; Sutiono, Agung Budi; Faried, Ahmad
International Journal of Integrated Health Sciences Vol 2, No 1 (2014)
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Objective: To determine the normal ranges of cervical spinal canal morphometry in Indonesian population and to compare the acquired data collected from other populationsMethods: Computed tomography measurements on the diameter of midsagital spinal canal and corpus of cervical vertebrae and its Torg ratio from the lower cervical (C3-C7) canal from 24 normal Indonesian adults were performed at the Radiology Department of Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital. Patients who had cervical spine disorders and those under 20 years old were exluded.  We used computed tomography scan midsagittal view to measure the aforementioned parameters.    Results: The average diameter for the cervical spinal canals for the Indonesian population is comparable with those of other Asian populations such as Hongkong and India, albeit with smaller Torg ratio.     Conclusions: This study reports the normal radiological anatomy of the midsagital spinal canal and corpus of cervical vertebrae as well as Torg ratio from the lower cervical vertebrae among Indonesian population. The measurements result of this study shows that, although slightly smaller, the measurement results for those parameters are identical with other Asian populations.    Keywords: Corpus cervical vertebrae, midsagittal cervical spinal canal, Torg ratio DOI: 10.15850/ijihs.v2n1.285
PERIPHERAL AND INTRACRANIAL COMPARTMENT SERUM LEVEL OF SELENIUM IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH INTRACRANIAL TUMOR IN DEPARTMENT OF NEUROSURGERY, FACULTY OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITAS PADJADJARAN–DR. HASAN SADIKIN HOSPITAL, BANDUNG, INDONESIA: A PRELIMINARY STUDY AND LITERATURE REVIEW Faried, Ahmad; Saputra, Priandana Adya Eka; Sobana, Mirna; Arifin, Muhammad Zafrullah
International Journal of Integrated Health Sciences Vol 4, No 2 (2016)
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Objective: To determine the level of Selenium (Se) in peripheral and intracranial serum in pediatric patients with intracranial tumor. Selenium has chemopreventive potentials and acts as neuromodulator.Methods: This study was conducted on 13 pediatric patients with intracranial tumors who were treated in Dr. Hasan Sadikin Hospital, Bandung in the period of February 2014 to February 2015. Samples were taken from peripheral and intracranial serum. The results were analyzed with independent t-test and Pearson correlation test. Significance is defined as p?0.05 with 95% confidence interval.Results: The results showed that the average Se concentration in peripheral serum was significantly higher than the Se concentration in intracranial serum (95.92±20.95 ?g/L and 66.62±22.37 ?g/L, respectively). After classifying the subjects into groups based on sex, age, tumor location, and grades, the difference between Se concentrations were still statistically significant (p?0.05), with the exception of the supratentorial group (p=0.0053). Pearson correlation test showed very-low to medium strength correlations between peripheral and intracranial serum Se concentration in all groups (r=0.16?0.59, p>0.05).Conclusions: A significant difference is seen between the peripheral and intracranial serum Se concentration means in pediatric patients with intracranial tumors, with higher concentrations observed in the peripheral serum. Further studies are required to investigate the roles of Se in the management of pediatric patients with intracranial tumors.Keywords: Pediatric intracranial tumor patients, selenium concentration in peripheral and intracranial serum DOI: 10.15850/ijihs.v4n2.835
PENETRATING WOUND IN THE SKULL BY A SHARP METAL OBJECT Faried, Ahmad; Saputra, Priandana Adya Eka; Yudoyono, Farid; Arifin, Muhammad Zafrullah
International Journal of Integrated Health Sciences Vol 3, No 2 (2015)
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Objective: Penetrating skull injury (PSI) is a neurosurgical emergencies. Most PSI cases reported were caused by gunshot wounds. Although the diagnosis and management of those cases has been described, the actual cases, especially in our center, were quite rare.Methods: A craniectomy debridement with a supine position was performed and removal of the object was achieved. Intraoperatively, we succed control the bleeding as expected.Results: The patient was operated and hospitalized in our center; physical examination revealed neurologically intact before and after the removal of the object. The patient was sent home without any neurological deficits or other complications.Conclusions: We reported a case of penetrating skull injury in a 5-year-old girl caused by a scissors. Penetrating skull injuries were interesting due to its mechanism, management and complications. Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment should resulted in good outcomes.Keywords: Penetrating skull injury, a sharp metal object DOI: 10.15850/ijihs.v3n2.588