Doctor in Yashoda Hospital - Somajiguda
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Hello doctor. I took ipill 3 weeks back. Within 1 week I got my period as well. But I have never felt any side effect. For the last few days I'm feeling pain on my right breast around the nipple. Can it happen due to ipill or I should see a doctor?
My prostate is enlarged and have 8.6 mm stone in ureter line. Which is the effective remedy for this?(age=62 yrs)
When to go for ct pulmonary angiography? My Echo ecg are normal? What does pulmonary angiography looks for? Can it detect. Lesion and cancer of lungs?
I (male) am 75 years old ,i have along Cancer since 2011. Taken the kimiotherappy& after few months Dr. Checked CT scan & found more than 90% cure, At present I am using Inlyta 1 mg tablet twice a day (one at Mor.& one at Eve. I did not feel any weakness or loosing any weight but some times blood comes with cough in morning very rarely. So please can you advise me what's the reason & what to do in such situation. THANKS.
Hii I am 25 years old girl and m suffering from breast pain while pressure on it I had consult with cancer surgeon they told me there is fibroadenosis not to worried. But m having too much pain please suggest me what to do next.
Hi, What are the food to be take by breast cancer patient who is undergoing chemotherapy? Please answer my question.
Please suggest Which type of alternative therapy is available for advanced forth stage non small cell lung cancer and how can I achieve them?
What is the difference between a cancerous and non cancerous lump? How much time a cancerous lump take to spread in other parts of the body?
My girlfriend 23 years of age has pain in left breast. She says it has started paining 2 days back, when I bite it. I normally do bite her breasts but this time she is feeling pain And before this she had cleaned her armpit with Veet. And I wanna know, What is the best way know the cause of pain. And should we consult a doctor, if yes then which is that doctor I can consult.
With the dawn of modern technology, the sight of robots performing a surgery is fast turning into a reality. Robotic surgery is one of the latest and greatest advancements in surgical cancer care. It is mostly sought for its unmatched levels of precision and control.
The da Vinci Robot, which is a widely used robotic surgery, employs the use of 3D modelling, touch screen controls, ultra-modern surgical attachments and other robotic tools. This surgical method is one of the greatest inventions in modern surgery that aims to provide greater control to the surgeon at all times. For patients, this means quicker recovery times, minimal scarring, lower complications and higher satisfaction.
Robotic cancer surgery can be performed under the following conditions:
- Prostate cancer
- Bladder cancer
- Gynaecologic cancer
- Endocrine cancer
- Lung cancer
- Gastrointestinal cancer
Benefits of robotic cancer surgery:
- Less scarring: The minimally invasive approach of robotic surgery contributes to minimal scarring. Instead of having a deeper incision of up to 5 or 6” on the skin, patients can have a series of small incisions or one relatively smaller incision, based on the nature of the surgery.
- Shorter hospitalization: With minimal incisions, postoperative care is speeded and pain is lessened. This surgery will not require the patients to stay for a prolonged period of time in the hospital. At the most, they tend to spend up to two nights in the hospital, if the situation demands so. As a result of this, within no time, you can get back to your normal life.
- Less drugs: With traditional surgery, typically a patient is administered a lot of painkillers to alleviate pain. However, with robotic surgeries, thanks to decreased postoperative pain after surgery, the patient will not need excessive painkillers to help them deal with pain.
- No blood loss: During traditional open surgery, patients tend to typically lose between 600cc to 1000cc of blood, depending on the area of treatment. As a result, postoperative transfusion of blood becomes a necessity. However, during robotic surgery, blood loss is usually 200cc or less and so there is no need for transfusions.
- Accuracy and precision: The 3D modelling techniques and other advanced tools employed by robotic surgery allows for better planning and accuracy, which is greatly needed in cancer surgeries. Especially in the case of prostate cancer, if the tumour is in a critical location, then a robotic surgery is handy to carry out the procedure, without damaging the important nerves of erections.