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Dr. Shishir Shetty - Oncologist, Navi MUMBAI & Mumbai

Dr. Shishir Shetty

M.Ch - Surgical Oncology

Oncologist, Navi MUMBAI & Mumbai

18 Years Experience  ·  1000 - 1800 at clinic
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Dr. Shishir Shetty M.Ch - Surgical Oncology Oncologist, Navi MUMBAI & Mumbai
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He has been a practicing Oncologist for 17 years. He studied and completed M.Ch - Surgical Oncology. Don?t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Shishir Shetty on Lybrate.com.

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Education
M.Ch - Surgical Oncology - Tata Memorial Center - 2000

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Cancure Clinic

Vashi Navi MUMBAI & Mumbai Get Directions
1000 at clinic
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Fortis Hiranandani Hospital - Vashi

Mini Sea Shore Road, Sector 10, Vashi,Mumbai Get Directions
  4.3  (45 ratings)
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What is the symptoms of aids and cancer. Please help me. What medicine should be taken.

DNB, MBBS
Oncologist, Faridabad
Both are immunocompromised conditions presenting as frequent infections, fungal infections etc. Cancer may present as lump, ulceration, abnormal bleeding, weight loss, difficulty in swallowing, change in voice, difficulty in passing motions etc. Please get it diagnosed first then depending on site, stage, histopathology treatment is done for cancer. For aids antiviral therapy is done by doctors handling HIV and veneral diseases after assessment of viral load.
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My father is suffering from oesophagial cancer, now he is unable to eat or even drink anything since 25 days. What should we do, we r really worried, any suggestions will help, thnku in advance,

MBBS, MS- Surgery , M.Ch - Surgical Oncology , FIAGES
Oncologist, Delhi
upper GI endoscopy and PET imaging for staging of cancer. if not able to eat ryle tube can be inserted for feefing. Treatment depends on stage and location in esophagus. so provide appropriate details
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Respected sir, I would like to the best chemotherapy for the lungs cancer. Kindly suggest the side effect of the chemotherapy. And which hospital we need to refer.

Registrar In Surgical Oncology, Fellowship In Gynaecologic Oncology, Masters In Advanced Oncology, Fellowship In advanced laparoscopy and robotic surgery, Fellowship In Gastrointestinal Oncology, Fellowship In CRS and HIPEC, Fellowship In PIPAC
Oncologist, Mumbai
There is no such thing as best chemotherapy. The oncologist first evaluates whether the cancer is in early stage or late. In early stages we can do surgery. In late stages, the patients general condition will be assessed and something called as receptor status is studied. Based on these the further chemotherapy is planned which is ideally suited for his general condition and his tumour type.
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I have a tendency of tumor .i had a benign tumor in ear. Then I have multiscopy giant cell tumor at femur. So what is the remedy of removing tumor?

DM - Oncology, MBBS, MD - Medicine
Oncologist, Mumbai
I have a tendency of tumor .i had a benign tumor in ear. Then I have multiscopy giant cell tumor at femur. So what is...
Now a days lots of happening in fields of cancer therapies development. But still we don't have anything to prevent cancer. The patient who are prone to develop cancer or multiple types of cancer usually have Lifraumeni syndrome, in these case also we don't have any remedy to remove it.
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Hi 4 days before me and my wife playing and fight for fun but by mistake i through my mobile phone on her and my phone hitted to my wife breast and there is very deep black and red mark on her breast. Have some pain there. please suggest what will do.

MBBS, Craniosacral Balancing, Quantum Touch, Visceral manipulation
Pain Management Specialist, Panchkula
No need to worry. Just take simple analgesic like paracetamol 2 times per day. Also apply ice over affected area.
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Please advise what medical tests one should take to check if there is cancer? My wife’s mother, paternal grandmother and paternal first cousin have been diagnosed with cancer in last 2 years - tongue, lung and breast respectively. I fear if my wife will get something. How do I test and check for it proactively?

FHNS, MS ENT
Oncologist, Indore
All the three cancers are not related genetically. So do not worry. Just have a medical check up for any symtoms. There are thousands of battery of test to predict and diagnose cancer but virtually all of them are insignificant for screening.
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My mother is 56 year old she had carcinoma breast cancer grade 1 we did Right radical Mastectomy on 22/9/2016 before that she had 3 chemo. But now after surgery is it necessary to give chemo pls advise Our regular visit doctors had asked to give next three chemotherapy.

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
Hi once your mother's tumor is removed then the sample will go for biopsy report so once the biopsy report comes them the type of chemo will be planned .but as of now as you r saying that she was given chemo before .then most probably .she will get a full course of chemotherapy.
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What Are The Risk Factors for Testicular Cancer?

MBBS, MS - Oncology, DNB ( General Surgery )
Oncologist, Bangalore
What Are The Risk Factors for Testicular Cancer?

Testicular cancer is a rare and serious disease in which malignant or cancer cells form in one or both tissues of testicles. It is the most common type of cancer in the males aged between 20 to 30 years. Testosterone and sperms are produced in the testicles of the males. Almost all testicular cancerous cells begin from germ cells. There are two types of germ cell tumors - Seminomas and Non-Seminomas respectively.

Seminomas and non-seminomas occur almost about equally. But a mixture of the two types of cells is treated as non-seminomas only. Further, the seminomas and non-seminomas are subdivided. The seminomas are divided into classical seminoma and spermatocytes-seminoma. And the non-seminomas are further divided into embryonal carcinoma, yolk sac carcinoma, choriocarcinoma and teratoma.

What causes testicular cancer?
The exact cause of testicular cancer is unknown. Researchers have not been able to find out the reason that causes it. However, there are certain risk factors that increase the chances of having testicular cancer. An undescended testicle might be the cause of testicular cancer. Abnormal testicle contributes to the risk factors of the disease. If anyone has had the disease previously in the family, then it increases the risk factor. Also, research shows that white people are 4.5 times at more risk for testicular cancer than black people.

What are the symptoms?
Some may experience no symptoms of it at all, while others have symptoms like aching, the swelling in the scrotum, and sudden weight gain. A lump might also be noticed on either side of the testicles if affected by this disease. Hence, if these symptoms are observed, it is important to get a diagnosis by a medical expert. The symptoms are not yet clearly stated by the researchers, but the above-mentioned symptoms are said to be prevalent in people with testicular cancer.Do not try any measures to diagnose on your own, refer to the concerned doctor as this is a serious disease.

How to diagnose testicular cancer?
If a person, experiences any of the above-mentioned symptoms, the person must seek the medical help immediately. The doctor will prescribe a few tests to diagnose the condition. The tests include an Ultrasound to get the image of Scrotum and testicles and a few blood tests to know the levels of tumor markers in the blood. If these tests confirm a lump then a surgery is done to remove the lump and further test if the lump is cancerous. Also, the type and the stage of the cancer is determined.

What are the treatment options?
Treatments are decided depending on the stage and type of cancer. The different treatment options available are Surgery to remove testicles, Surgery to remove the nearby lymph nodes, Radiation therapy, and Chemotherapy.

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I have been smoking for the last two years. Are the chances of me suffering from cancer?

DNB, MBBS
Oncologist, Faridabad
Smoking tobacco is one of the major risk factor for cancer. Inhaled tobacco gets absorbed in lungs and blood leading to not only lung or head and neck cancer but also can lead to gastrointestinal, prostate, rectum bladder etc many cancers. Unfortunately by the time one realises this it may be too late so please quit before its late.
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