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Department of Onco Surgery

Welcome to the Department of Oncology Surgery at Kothari Medical Centre. We are committed to offering patients fighting cancer compassionate, individualized, all-inclusive surgical solutions. Our state-of-the-art center has the latest equipment that provides precise diagnoses and the best possible treatment results. It is supervised by a group of highly skilled surgeons and together with their team they help to establish a supportive environment for patients and their families.


Surgical Oncology Treatment

Surgical Consultation and Evaluation

We start our relationship with patients by carefully evaluating their health. The surgical team consults with patients in-depth, examines their medical history, and works with other specialists to decide on the best course of action.

Cancer Surgery

Lymph Node Dissection: This procedure involves removing and examining neighbouring lymph nodes to assess the spread of the malignancy and inform future treatment options.
Tumour resection: The surgical excision of tumours with the aim of removing the malignant tissue, which may require the removal of all or a portion of the affected organ.
Reconstructive Surgery: Restoring appearance and function following tumour removal, particularly when there has been a large amount of tissue loss.
Minimally Invasive Surgery: Using cutting-edge methods like robotic or laparoscopic surgery to execute cancer surgeries with fewer incisions that have a quicker healing time and less scarring.
Organ Preservation Surgery: In some circumstances, such as partial nephrectomy for kidney cancer, surgeons try to remove as little tissue as possible in order to preserve organ function.
Cytoreductive Surgery: In advanced cancer situations, this is a specialised treatment aimed at removing as much of the tumour as feasible.
Prophylactic Surgery: In some cases, people who are at high risk of developing cancer may choose to have prophylactic (preventive) surgery to remove organs or tissues that are predisposed to cancer, such as a prophylactic mastectomy for people who have a strong family history of breast cancer and a genetic predisposition.

Palliative Surgery

We provide palliative surgical techniques to treat symptoms, lessen pain, and enhance the patient's quality of life for patients with advanced cancer or in situations where total cure is not possible.

Post-operative Care

The department offers comprehensive post-operative care to treat pain, monitor recovery, and address any issues that may occur following surgery.

Onco Surgeons

Why Choose Us

Why choose us?

  • A comprehensive approach to patient care is something that our oncology surgery department actively supports. We work together with radiologists, pathologists, medical oncologists, and other specialists to develop thorough treatment programmes that cover every facet of the patient’s health.
  • Cancer diagnosis and treatment can be emotionally and physically challenging for patients and their families. To ensure holistic care, we provide access to various supportive services, including psychological counseling, nutritional guidance, pain management, and palliative care services.


Breast cancer surgery, lung cancer surgery, colorectal cancer surgery, prostate cancer surgery, gynaecological cancer surgery, and head and neck cancer surgery are among the cancer surgeries that the department offers.

You will experience a complete assessment and consultation with our surgical team prior to your procedure. They will address your questions, go over the procedure’s potential dangers and benefits, and explain it to you. We will also talk about preoperative preparations including fasting or medication changes.

Yes, our department uses minimally invasive surgical methods to treat cancer whenever possible. These methods frequently lead to smaller incisions, less pain, faster healing, and shorter hospital stays.

The length of the recovery period varies depending on the type of surgery done and the specific patient circumstances. Patients typically need weeks or months to fully heal and get back to their normal routines. To aid in your recuperation, our medical staff will give you personalized post-operative care recommendations.

Cancer surgery, like any surgical technique, has some inherent hazards, such as infection, bleeding, probable anaesthesia related complications or operation related injury to nearby tissues. These risks will be discussed with you by your surgical team, who will also take all necessary measures to reduce them.

Your surgical team will provide you thorough post-operative instructions, including wound care, pain management, and food suggestions. You will also have follow-up appointments to check your progress and address any problems.

Following surgery, additional therapies such as chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or targeted therapy may be indicated depending on the kind and stage of cancer to kill any residual cancer cells and prevent recurrence.

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