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Dr. Veeresh.m

Oncologist, Bangalore

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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
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Dr. Veeresh.m is a trusted Oncologist in Sampangiram Nagar, Bangalore. He is currently associated with HCG Bangalore Institute of Oncology Speciality Centre in Sampangiram Nagar, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Veeresh.m on Lybrate.com.

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HCG Bangalore Institute of Oncology Speciality Centre

#8, P. Kalinga Rao Road, Sampangi Ram Nagar,Near Okalika Bhavan. Landmark:Opp to Geo HotelBangalore Get Directions
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Mere bhai ki age 50 years h vo cigarette, gutka ka sewan nhi krte h fir bhi unki bhojan nali me cancer ho gya h iska kya karan ho skta h please hme isk bare me vistar se bataen.

DNB, MBBS
Oncologist, Faridabad
Food pipe cancer may be due to constant irritation of upper GI system by spicy food, smoked fish, some kind of bacterial infection etc.
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She has lump in left side of breast in nipple. After child birth. New born didn't feed from left breast and one lump remains near nipple. Its over 4 years. Here left breast side nipple little pain sometimes. Suggest me some medicine or treatment.

MD
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
First get a usg breast done to rule out a mass or milk collection it mat require antibiotics plsee a surgeon.
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I am having lumps in breast but I don't have any kind of pain in that lumps. Please advice

M. S. , MBBS
General Surgeon, Mumbai
If you have lumps in the breast and not painful, needs to know how many, how big, family history and examination by your doctor, surgeon. They will be able to advise on this. Please meet any surgeon or clinicians.
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My father went to medical test and report came as prostate PSA is 11.70 but ultrasound report was ok. Please advice

MD - Radio Diagnosis/Radiology
Radiologist, Delhi
My father went to medical test and report came as prostate PSA is 11.70 but ultrasound report was ok. Please advice
You need to get a repeat Ultrasound of KUBP region & Trans-rectal Ultrasound for Detailed examination of the prostate. A repeat PSA after 2 weeks. If its still high Then MRI/Prostatic biopsy should be done after consulting Uro-Surgeon.
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Penile Cancer - Know Everything About It!

M.Ch - Urology/Genito-Urinary Surgery
Urologist, Guwahati
Penile Cancer - Know Everything About It!

Penile cancer occurs when cancerous cells form on tissues of the penis. If caught early, penile cancer is treatable. In early stages, a cancerous tumour can be removed with little or no damage to the penis. But if it is diagnosed late, a man may lose part of or all of his penis and sometimes his life too. Hence, it’s vital that you know more about this cancer.

But first, a small primer on the penis.

The penis has two types of erectile tissues, the spongy tissue that gets engorged with blood leading to an erection:

  1. Corpora cavernosa: This tissue forms most of the penis.
  2. Corpus spongiosum: This tissue forms a small portion of the penis. It also surrounds the urethra, a tube that transports urine and sperm to outside.

The erectile tissue comes wrapped in connective tissue and skin to form the organ.

Penile cancer is usually found on the ‘glans’ or tip of the penis, but can also occur on the shaft of the penis. Some of the common symptoms of penile cancer include sores and lumps on the penis, redness or irritation on the penis and blood discharge.

Factors that increase the risk of developing penile cancer

  1. Infection with human papillomavirus (HPV): This virus causes cervical cancer in women. Unprotected skin-to-skin contact as well as unprotected sex with multiple partners, increases the risk of a man getting HPV infection.
  2. Not being circumcised at birth: Circumcision, an operation in which a part or the entire foreskin is removed surgically is a big protection from penile cancer. 
  3. Phimosis: This is a condition in which the foreskin cannot be pulled back over the glans or tip of the penis.
  4. Poor hygiene
  5. AIDS
  6. UV treatment for psoriasis
  7. Use of tobacco: The chemicals in tobacco smoke lead to genetic changes in cells of the penis, thereby leading to cancer.

Diagnosis and Treatment

Detection and diagnosis are done using tests like a biopsy in which a small sample of tissue is removed from the penis and tested for abnormalities due to cancer.

The most common ways of treating penile cancer include surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy.

Chances of Survival

Treatment of penile cancer depends on what stage it is detected at and so is prognosis. The location and size of tumour, and whether cancer has just been diagnosed or has recurred also affect prognosis.

For stage I and II penile cancer or cancer that is limited only to the penis, the five-year survival rate is 85%.

The survival rate dips substantially if cancer is diagnosed after it has spread to surrounding tissues or lymph nodes in stage III or IV. The five-year survival rate is just about 59%.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I want to my mother has a cancer in short, she is 70 years old and I want to know which treatment is better for this, Is the ayurveda treatment or radiation therapy or anything other therapy. Please consult the better and safety treatment according to you also. Our help is useful for me.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Pune
Chemo or redio will only extent her life for few years it can recurre again n concidering her age c weather she will able to tolerate it or not my suggesation is go for ayur if she use to, or homoeopathiy.
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I shared food with my friend who is a cancer patient by using common spoon. What, will I also get cancer now?

DNB, MBBS
Oncologist, Faridabad
No cancer is not transferable like this but some infection can be transferred, so it is advisable not to share the spoon. Cancer can not be transferred by touching hugging close contact. It is not a communicable disease.
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Hii. Mother had breast cancer n she went through a surgery n chemotherapy in aiims n now there is 3 month delay in radio so is there any harm if radio is getting delay. please answer me.

MD - Radiothrapy, MBBS
Oncologist, Pune
Please do not delay Radiation therapy. As the benefits of radiotherapy will be lost if you delay radiation.
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Sir what are the effects of taking tobacco after long time? How it causes cancer?

FACS, MBBS, MS - General Surgery
Oncologist, Gurgaon
Chronic use of Tobacco causes. 1chronic. Irritation of Oral mucosa, leading to. Formation of Ulcer which becomes. Non healing one ,fibrosis. And Tumour formation on biopsy confirmation for cancer can be done.
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I have a small fat balls at waist. What i have to do to burn it.Please advise me. I'm waiting for ur valuable words Sir.

MD - Radiothrapy
Oncologist, Gurgaon
Small lumps of fat are quite common and normal in humans. If the lump is increasing in size and cause pain and functional impairement you should look a surgeon to examine that. Thanks.
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