Mr Ranjeev Bhangoo, Consultant Neurosurgeon

Mr Ranjeev Bhangoo

Consultant Neurosurgeon

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Mr Ranjeev Bhangoo MB CHB(HONS) FRCS(ENG) FRCS(SN)

Consultant Neurosurgeon

MB CHB(HONS) FRCS(ENG) FRCS(SN)

Mr Ranjeev Bhangoo

Consultant Neurosurgeon MB CHB(HONS) FRCS(ENG) FRCS(SN)

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MB CHB(HONS) FRCS(ENG) FRCS(SN)

Areas of expertise

  • Brain tumours
  • Cranial surgery
  • Back pain, neck pain and arm pain
  • Spinal disc replacement
  • Spinal neurosurgery

Address

  • The Harley Street Clinic

    35 Weymouth Street, Marylebone, London, W1G 8BJ

  • London Neurosurgery Partnership

    78 Harley Street, London, W1G 7HJ

  • Telephone or video consultation

    Virtual

About Mr Ranjeev Bhangoo

GMC number: 3332263

Year qualified: 1990

Place of primary qualification: University of Leicester

Areas of expertise

  • Headaches
  • Facial Pains
  • Neuroendoscopy
  • Hydrocephalus
  • Image guided brain surgery
  • Lumbar and cervical disc degeneration
  • Brain tumours
  • Spinal tumours
  • Radiosurgery
  • CyberKnife
  • Spinal surgery
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Sciatica
  • General neurosurgery

Professional memberships

Royal College of Surgeons
General Medical Council

Articles by Mr Ranjeev Bhangoo

Intraoperative mapping of pre-central motor cortex and subcortex

Drug screening linked to molecular profiling identifies novel dependencies in patient-derived primary cultures of paediatric high grade glioma and DIPG

Patient-reported experience measures in patients undergoing navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation

Pre-and intraoperative mapping for tumors in the primary motor cortex

Neurosurgery and coronavirus

Patient-reported experience measure for neuro-oncology telephone clinics during the covid-19 pandemic

5-ALA fluorescence in a WHO grade I papillary glioneuronal tumour

Multicellular ‘hotspots’ harbour high-grade potential in lower-grade gliomas

How many patients require brain mapping in an adult neuro-oncology service?

Ex vivo ultrasonic samples of human brain tumors in the molecular era