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"Revolutionizing Breast Cancer Surgery: Dr. Jayanti Thumsi's Pioneering Work in Robotic Nipple Sparing Mastectomy"

Dr. Jayanti Thumsi is a trailblazer in the field of breast cancer surgery, known for her expertise and compassion. As India's 1st lady surgeon trained in Robotic breast surgery, she has revolutionized the field with her commitment to excellence and patient-centered care..

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Understanding the Warning Signs of Stroke: Act FAST to Save a Life and choose the right hospital

Dr Hrishikesh Sarkar    |    April 26, 2024

Stroke is a life-threatening medical emergency that occurs when blood flow to the brain is disrupted, depriving brain cells of oxygen and nutrients.

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Understanding role of lifestyle and its impact on Spine health

Dr K. Appaji Krishnan    |    April 19, 2024

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is crucial for preserving spine health and preventing or managing back pain. By incorporating good posture, ergonomics, regular exercise, weight management, stress management techniques

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Understanding Esophageal Cancer - A Comprehensive Guide

Dr P. Venkat    |    April 12, 2024

Esophageal cancer is a type of cancer that affects the esophagus, the muscular tube that connects the throat to the stomach.

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Understanding the Risk Factors of Colorectal Cancer

Dr Priya Kapoor    |    Mar 22, 2024

Colorectal cancer is a prevalent and potentially deadly disease affecting the colon and rectum. While its exact causes remain complex and multifaceted, researchers have identified various risk factors that contribute to its development.

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Surgical Management for Stroke: Types, Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Dr Hrishikesh Sarkar    |    Mar 15, 2024

Stroke is a severe medical condition that occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted, resulting in brain cell damage and potentially permanent disability.

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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery: How Robotics is Revolutionizing Treatment Approaches

Dr K. Appaji Krishnan    |    Mar 08, 2024

Over the past few decades, spine surgeries have seen remarkable advancements, particularly in the realm of minimally invasive techniques

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Decoding the Complexity of Salivary Gland Tumors

Dr C. Rayappa    |    Feb 16, 2024

The salivary glands are located around the mouth. The saliva they produce moistens food to help with chewing and swallowing. It contains enzymes that begin the digestion process

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Overview of Epilepsy Management: Insights and Decision-Making

Dr Hrishikesh Sarkar    |    Feb 9, 2024

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder marked by recurrent seizures stemming from abnormal electrical activity in the brain.

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Childhood Cancers - A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding, Preventing, and Treating

Dr Ramya Uppuluri    |    Feb 2, 2024

Childhood cancers encompass a range of diseases impacting individuals aged 0-19 years. These malignancies can manifest in diverse body parts, with prevalent types comprising leukaemia

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Role of Nuclear Medicine in Cancer Care

Dr Shelly Simon    |    Jan 26, 2024

Nuclear medicine has emerged as a powerful tool in the comprehensive care of cancer patients, revolutionizing both diagnosis and treatment. This cutting-edge field utilizes radioactive drugs known as radiopharmaceuticals to seek out and destroy cancer cells, offering a targeted approach to combat the disease.

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Understanding Thyroid Cancer: A Comprehensive Guide

Dr. Kannan S    |    Jan 19, 2024

Thyroid cancer is a malignant growth originating in the thyroid gland, a vital part of the endocrine system. Responsible for producing hormones that regulate metabolism, the thyroid can develop cancerous cells when healthy cells in the thyroid mutate and begin to multiply uncontrollably.

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Bladder Cancer in Women vs. Men: Unveiling Distinctive Patterns and Perspectives

Dr Ragavan N    |    Jan 12, 2024

As a widespread genitourinary malignancy, bladder cancer demonstrates a higher propensity for the male population in terms of incidence rates. However, as research in this field progresses, the notion of bladder cancer as a “man's disease” continues to fade. Emerging evidence reveals crucial clinical and biological distinctions between how this complex cancer affects men and women.

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7 Healthy Habits That Help You During Lung Cancer Treatment

Dr Khader Hussain    |    Jan 8, 2024

Diagnosis of lung cancer can be demanding mentally as well as physically. Fighting lung cancer is not easy, but with the right attitude, things can get easier. Taking care of the physical and mental health is vital during and after the treatment.

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Cerebral Palsy in Children

Dr Agnetia Vinoth    |    Jan 5, 2024

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a congenital neurological disorder affecting movement, posture, and coordination in children. It stems from brain damage before, during, or shortly after birth. There are several common types of CP, including spastic, dyskinetic, ataxic, and mixed forms.

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Precision Oncology for Treating Cancer: A Revolution in Personalized Care

Dr T. Raja    |    Jan 1, 2024

Precision medicine is a way health care providers can offer and plan specific care for their patients, based on the particular genes, proteins, and other substances in a person’s body. This approach is also sometimes called personalized medicine or personalized care.

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Living with Movement Disorders: Coping Strategies and Lifestyle Tips

Dr Vignesh Sayeerajan    |    Dec 29, 2023

Movement disorders refer to a group of neurological conditions that affect an individual’s ability to control physical movements. This includes everyday motor functions like walking, coordination, balance and more. Both common disorders like Parkinson’s Disease and rarer conditions like Huntington’s Disease cause disruption in the areas of the brain that dictate smooth, purposeful movements. Symptoms manifest in different ways depending on the specific disorder

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Role of PET-CT and Imaging in Cancer Treatments

Dr Shelly Simon    |    Dec 22, 2023

Positron Emission Tomography combined with Computed Tomography (PET-CT) plays a pivotal role in modern oncology, revolutionizing the way we diagnose and treat cancer. This advanced imaging technique provides crucial information that helps oncologists make informed decisions about patient care. Below, we explore the various applications of PET-CT in oncological treatments.

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Common Brain Disorders Requiring Surgery

Dr Vignesh Sayeerajan    |    Dec 15, 2023

The human brain, a complex organ, is susceptible to various disorders that may necessitate surgical intervention. Neurosurgery, a specialized field focusing on the central and peripheral nervous system, plays a crucial role in treating various brain disorders.

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9 Proven Ways to Prevent Oral Cancer

Dr. Sriprakash Duraisamy    |    Dec 8, 2023

Oral cancer refers to any cancer of the mouth. The presence of any malignant neoplasm on the lip, floor of the mouth, cheek lining, gingiva, palate or in the anterior two thirds of the tongue can indicate oral cancer. It is one of the top three types of cancers, and its incidence is propelled by alcohol consumption, use of tobacco in the form of cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, chewable tobacco, chewable betel nuts, paan and sexual transmission via the human papilloma virus (HPV) infection.

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Innovation in Neurosurgery

Dr Vignesh Sayeerajan    |    Dec 1, 2023

In the dynamic field of neurosurgery, constant innovation is reshaping the landscape and enhancing patient outcomes. The latest breakthroughs and technological advancements are ushering in a new era, providing neurosurgeons with cutting-edge tools and techniques.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Unveiling the Power of Phytochemicals

Think of plants as tiny scientists. They create special element that work like a secret agent for plants. We call these things "phytochemicals." They're like the plant's own superhero team, protecting them against bugs and bad weather.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

What is Difference Between Neurology and Neurosurgery?

Dr. Pradeep Balaji    |    Nov 24, 2023

Neurology and Neurosurgery are overlapping medical specialties focusing on the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. However, while neurology concentrates more on diagnosing and treating neurological conditions through medication.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

What is the Difference Between Liver Cirrhosis and Liver Cancer?

Dr. Venkat P    |    Nov 17, 2023

Liver cirrhosis and liver cancer are two distinct but related medical conditions that affect the liver. Understanding the differences between them is crucial for early diagnosis and effective treatment.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

What are the Common Warning Signs for Neurological Disorders?

Dr. Pradeep Balaji    |    Nov 10, 2023

Neurological disorders encompass a wide range of conditions that affect the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. These disorders can have a profound impact on a person's quality of life. Recognizing the warning signs is crucial for early diagnosis and effective treatment.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Is Thyroid Cancer in Women More Common?

Dr. C. Rayappa    |    Oct 20, 2023

Thyroid cancer is a condition that predominantly affects women, and its prevalence is on the rise. While terms like "malignant" and "cancer" can be frightening, it's crucial to understand that thyroid

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Understanding the Most Common Reasons for Neurosurgery

Dr Hrishikesh Sarkar    |    Oct 13, 2023

Neurosurgery, a specialized branch of medical science, addresses a spectrum of critical neurological conditions. In this article, we'll explore the most common reasons for neurosurgery, shedding light on the conditions that necessitate surgical intervention.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

How is Radiation Therapy Used to Treat Breast Cancer?

Dr. Rathnadevi R    |    Oct 6, 2023

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting women worldwide. While treatment options for breast cancer vary, radiation therapy is a crucial component. In this article, we'll explore how radiation therapy is used to treat breast cancer, the different types of radiation therapy.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

5 Warning Signs of Prostate Cancer

Dr Shankar Vangipuram    |    Sep 12, 2023

Prostate cancer is a serious health concern for men worldwide. Understanding its warning signs, risk factors, and available treatments is vital for early detection and effective management. In this article, we will explore the five warning signs of prostate cancer that every man should be aware of.

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Cancer Diagnosis: 10 tips for coping

Sep 11, 2023

You may have been recently diagnosed with cancer or in between your treatment. It also may be the case that someone in the family or friends circle has been diagnosed with the disease. Diagnosing cancer can be life-altering for the patient and the surrounding individuals.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Questions to Ask Your Oncologist about Your Cancer Treatment

Sep 8, 2023

The more aware you are about your condition, the more confident you are likely to feel. Getting diagnosed with cancer is never an easy thing to deal with. However, one has to be realistic and come to terms with the situation.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Role of Neurosurgery in the Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Dr Hrishikesh Sarkar    |    Sep 7, 2023

Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) can have a profound impact on a person's life, affecting not only their physical health but also their cognitive and emotional well-being. In this blog, we'll delve into the crucial role that neurosurgeries play in the treatment of TBIs. We'll explore the symptoms, diagnostic tests, and various treatment options available.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Choosing a Lung Cancer Treatment Hospital

Aug 18, 2023

Choosing the best hospital to treat lung cancer is one of the most significant decisions that one must make. Diagnosis of lung cancer can be overwhelming, and selecting a suitable mode of treatment can sometimes become difficult. Making the right decision during a difficult time can be a challenging task.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Neurological Disorders - A Comprehensive Guide to Diagnosis and Management

Aug 18, 2023

Neurological disorders are a group of conditions that affect the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, resulting in various cognitive, sensory, and motor dysfunctions. These disorders can be caused by injuries, infections, genetics, or other unknown factors.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Genetic Factors and Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors: What You Need to Know

Aug 18, 2023

Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (GISTs) are a rare type of cancer that affects the gastrointestinal tract, particularly the stomach and intestines. While the exact causes of GISTs are not fully understood, research has shown that genetic factors play a significant role in the development of these tumors.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Early Warning Signs of Prostate Cancer - Recognizing Symptoms and Seeking Timely Diagnosis

Aug 18, 2023

Prostate cancer is a significant health concern for men worldwide and its incidence amongst Indian men is on the rise. Recognizing the early warning signs and seeking a timely diagnosis is crucial for effective treatment and improved outcomes.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Pediatric Sarcoma and Bone Cancer: Unique Challenges and Treatment Approaches

Aug 18, 2023

Pediatric sarcoma, specifically bone cancer, poses unique challenges for young patients and their families. Bone cancer in children, often referred to as pediatric bone cancer or pediatric sarcoma, encompasses various types, with osteosarcoma being the most common.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

How Surgery Helps People with Brain Tumors and Epilepsy

Aug 18, 2023

Epilepsy neurosurgery is a specialized field that aims to treat epilepsy, a neurological disorder characterized by recurrent seizures. When epilepsy is caused by a brain tumor, surgical intervention becomes an essential option.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Understanding Lungs Screenings: Identifying Symptoms and Lung Cancer Awareness

Jul 31, 2023

Welcome to Apollo Cancer Centres, here we prioritize your health and well-being. In this post, we'll delve into the importance of lung screenings, the various types of lung tests available, and the significance of raising awareness about lung cancer

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Understanding Kidney Cancer: A Comprehensive Overview

 Dr Ragavan N   |   Jul 31, 2023

Kidney cancer is one of the most common cancers that affects millions worldwide. It is important people have a basic understanding of kidney cancer, including its symptoms, stages, types, and available treatments.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Key Tips to Prepare Your Body and Mind for Cancer Treatment

Jul 28, 2023

How we live can have pro­found effects on our health and wellness. This also applies to people who have cancer. A healthy lifestyle can support cancer treatments and help you feel better. It may also improve your long-term health.

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13 Superfoods That Can Lower Your Risk of Cancer

Jul 27, 2023

Food, or what we consume on a daily basis, is at the core of defining our holistic wellness. It is our food that can help us lead a healthy, balanced, quality life. At the same time, certain food items, their consumption pattern, and other nutritional aspects may raise our risk of developing critical health concerns such as diabetes, cholesterol, cardiovascular diseases, and cancers too.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Unusual Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer and When to Seek Care

Jul 26, 2023

Have you been suffering from bloating, abdominal or pelvic pain, back pain, and appetite changes? Did you miss a period lately, or have you been bleeding heavily? While these signs can indicate several other health concerns, these could be the symptoms of ovarian cancer.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

5 Breakthroughs in Breast Cancer Treatments

Jul 25, 2023

Breast cancer can affect both females and males. It is the most prevalent cancer type in women globally. In India, one in 28 women is likely to develop breast cancer during her lifetime. Abnormal cell growth in breast tissue causes breast cancer. Cancer can metastasize and affect other areas of the body.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Understanding Radiosurgery or Stereotactic Radiosurgery for Precise Brain and Spine Treatment

Jun 30, 2023

Radiosurgery, also known as stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), is a non-invasive treatment method that utilizes precisely focused radiation beams to address tumors and other conditions affecting the brain and spine. Unlike traditional surgery, no incision is made during radiosurgery. Instead, it employs advanced 3D imaging techniques to deliver high doses of radiation directly to the targeted area, minimizing the impact on surrounding healthy tissues..

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT): Advancements in Precise and Targeted Cancer Treatment

Jun 29, 2023

In the realm of cancer treatment, precision and accuracy are paramount. Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT) represents a significant advancement in radiation therapy techniques, offering highly targeted and precise delivery of radiation to cancerous tumors. By utilizing advanced imaging technologies and focused radiation beams..

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Enhancing Precision in Cancer Treatment: The Power of Image-Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT)

Jun 28, 2023

In the field of cancer treatment, precision and accuracy are crucial for optimizing therapeutic outcomes while minimizing harm to healthy tissues. Image-Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) is an advanced technique that combines radiation therapy with state-of-the-art imaging technologies, such as PET, MRI, and CT scans. This approach allows healthcare professionals to precisely deliver radiation to cancer cells while sparing surrounding healthy tissues

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Ovarian Cancer - Everything you need to know about it

Jun 27, 2023

Ovaries are the reproductive organs in women which produce eggs. Ovarian cancers occur when the normal cells in the ovary change into abnormal cells and grow out of control.

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Comprehensive Guide to Ovarian Cancer: Types, Stages, Treatment and Prevention

Jun 26, 2023

Welcome to our comprehensive guide to ovarian cancer, where we will provide you with valuable insights into this complex disease. From understanding the different types and stages of ovarian cancer to exploring treatment options and preventive strategies, this mobile-friendly blog serves as a trusted resource for medical knowledge.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Cancer - A Lifestyle Disease: Causes, Preventive Actions, and Risk Reduction

Jun 16, 2023

Cancer, often referred to as a lifestyle disease, is influenced by various factors, with lifestyle choices playing a prominent role in its development. While genetics and other elements contribute, lifestyle factors have been identified as major contributors to the risk of developing cancer. In this article, we will explore the main causes that justify cancer being labelled as a lifestyle disease and discuss preventive actions that can help reduce the risk.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

In the Embrace of Friendship: A Symphony of Courage, Hope, and Healing

May 30, 2023

For weeks, our lives were consumed by worry and sleepless nights. Our two-year-old son, Kabir, was plagued by an unrelenting fever, and despite our best efforts, it showed no signs of subsiding. We felt utterly helpless as the prescribed medicines failed to alleviate his suffering. Our small town of Wardha had limited medical facilities, and as parents, we knew it was time to seek specialized care elsewhere. This is the poignant story of our journey to Mumbai, where hope, love, and an unexpected friendship blossomed amidst the trials of pediatric cancer.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

India’s largest Bone Marrow Transplant program at Apollo Cancer Centres

May 25, 2023

As parents, we eagerly anticipate the arrival of our newborns and spend countless nights dreaming about their future. We invest all our love and energy into ensuring their growth and well-being, and the mere thought of their pain and discomfort causes unimaginable distress. As parents, we would do anything to guarantee our children's happiness and safety, shielding them from life's challenges and hardships.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

How Head and Neck Cancer Affects Speech and Swallowing?

May 18, 2023

Head and neck cancer can affect a person's ability to speak and swallow due to the location of the tumour and the treatment used to remove it. The extent of the impact on speech and swallowing will depend on several factors, including the size and location (mouth and throat) of the tumour, the stage of cancer, the type of head and neck cancer treatment used, and the individual's overall health. These changes may be temporary or lasting and can have an impact on a patient's daily life.

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How is a brain tumour diagnosed? What are the different types of brain tumours?

May 18, 2023

A brain tumour is an abnormal growth of cells in the brain or its surrounding tissues. Brain tumours can be cancerous (malignant) or noncancerous (benign). In either case, early diagnosis is important for effective treatment. In this article, we will discuss the diagnosis of brain tumours and the different types of brain tumours.

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Early Detection of Esophageal Cancer and the Importance of Screening and Testing

May 18, 2023

Oesophagal cancer occurs when cells in the oesophagus begin to multiply, eventually creating a tumour. Oesophagus is the long, hollow, muscular tube that connects your throat to your stomach. It helps to move the food swallowed from the back of your throat to your stomach for digestion.

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Endoscopic Transcanal Excision - A Breakthrough Treatment for Facial Nerve Schwannoma.

Dr Satish Nair    |    November 25,2022

Facial Nerve Schwannomas are benign tumours that develop in the Schwann cells, which are the protective covering for the nerves. Though a rare occurrence, Schwannomas may develop anywhere in the body, wherever there are Schwann cells.

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Do You Need Chemotherapy For Stage 2 Breast Cancer?

 Dr. Jayanti Thumsi   |    May 28, 2022

Breast Cancer is a disease in which the breast cells multiply uncontrollably. Breast cancer comes in a variety of forms. Depending on the type of cells in the breast, we find out the type of breast cancer. Breast cancer may affect both men and women. A bulge or lump in the breast, bloody flow from the nipple, and changes in the form or texture of both the nipple and breast are all symptoms of breast cancer. It can begin from any part of the breast. A breast comprises three major components: lobules, connective tissue, and ducts. The stage of malignancy determines its therapy.

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Thyroid Cancer: Is Surgery the Only Solution?

 Dr Anil D Cruz   |    May 24, 2022

Thyroid cancer is cancer that starts in the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is located in the front of your neck, just below your Adam's apple. Surgery is often seen as the only solution to thyroid cancer. However, there are other treatment options available that you may not be aware of.

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Treatment Options for Oral Cancer by Stage and Type

 Dr Sayan Paul, Dr Vikash Kumar Agarwal   |    May 20, 2022

Oral cancer is the most common cancer in males in India. Every 20 out of 1,00,000 individuals are reportedly suffering from oral cancer. Smoking and tobacco chewing is the main cause of oral cancers in India. Cancers related to the lips, tongue, cheeks, regions in the floor of the mouth, hard and soft palate, sinuses, and pharynx are all examples of oral cancer. If not recognised and treated promptly, it can be fatal. Oral cancer can be cured completely when it is detected early. However, most people are diagnosed when their ailment is too advanced to be adequately treated. If you visit your doctor on a regular basis and learn how to recognise abnormal changes, you will have a far greater chance of receiving an early diagnosis.

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Ovarian Cancer: Treatment Options for the Most Common Type

 Dr Rani Bhat   |    May 04, 2022

There are a variety of treatment options available to women with ovarian cancer. Treatment consists of surgery and chemotherapy. In this blog post, we will explore these treatment options in more detail.

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Breast Cancer

Radiotherapy for Breast Cancer

 Dr Selvi Radhakrishna, Dr Asha Reddy    |    Apr 28, 2022

The greatest rise in the incidence of breast cancer has been noted in developing nations, particularly in India. The rising incidence of breast cancer in India is likely due to further changes in lifestyle factors such as childbearing and dietary habits. Although it is lower than in the west, mortality is higher in India. This may be due to the late presentation stage and disparities in cancer care.

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Spatially Fractionated Radiation Therapy

Spatially Fractionated Radiation Therapy Innovative Approaches for Local Immunomodulation in Advanced Cancer Stages

 Dr Shankar Vangipuram, Radiation Oncologist    |    Apr 22, 2022

The art of oncology is what many oncologists love about practising, but at the same time it is also difficult to learn. I had struggled with this over the last two decades, ever since I started my practice in radiation oncology, asking my contemporary colleagues, 'Why are you choosing this particular option when there were several different options'. The answer would often be, 'That's what I have had the most experience with.' As a result, as a young oncologist, I often had no idea which treatment was the best for all patients.

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Oncological Imaging

Oncological Imaging and Patient Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic

 Dr Bagyam Raghavan   |    Apr 15, 2022

The COVID- 19 Pandemic has imposed on clinicians a scenario -never seen before - where accepted guidelines and treatment norms are challenged because of the tremendous strain on health care resources. Moreover, because of their systemic immunosuppressive state caused by the malignancy and anticancer treatments, such as chemotherapy, targeted therapy and immunotherapy, cancer patients are more susceptible to COVID-19. As a result, they have a higher incidence of life-threatening events such as severe pneumonia, acute respiratory distress syndrome & cytokine storm, causing multi-organ failure and death.

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Parotid Tumor

Parotid Tumors: Scarless Mini - Incision Parotidectomy

 Dr Satish Nair    |    Apr 08, 2022

The parotid gland is one of the major salivary glands (a gland that produces saliva) located behind the jaw (below the ear lobule). The facial nerve (a nerve that supplies the face) traverses between the superficial and deep parts of the parotid gland. Therefore, the conditions that affect the parotid gland can cause weakness of the facial nerve due to the proximity of the nerve to this gland.

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Cervical Cancer Prevention Care

Cervical Cancer: Risk Factors and Prevention Care

 Dr Meenakshi Thiagarajan   |    Apr 01, 2022

Cervical cancer affects the cervix, the lower part of the womb. It is the second most common cancer in India in women, accounting for 22.86% of all cancer cases in women and 12% of all cancer cases in men and women. One woman dies of cervical cancer every 8 minutes in India, and close to 70% of women who have cervical cancer in India will die for various reasons such as lack of health infrastructure to treat this disease. So many Indian women have cervical cancer, yet there is not enough infrastructure to treat it. This results in long queues due to which if a woman is diagnosed with cervical cancer, she will likely die before getting diagnosed or get the necessary treatment post diagnosis.

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Spatially Fractionated Radiation Therapy Innovative Approaches for Local Immunomodulation in Advanced Cancer Stages

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Oncological Imaging and Patient Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Parotid Tumors: Scarless Mini - Incision Parotidectomy

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