rectal cancer

Is ISR Surgery Beneficial for Very Low Rectal Cancer?

Rectal cancer, the second leading cause of cancer deaths, develops in the rectum that connects the colon and the anus. Low rectal cancers are challenging to treat due to limited access and visibility. “Nowadays, things are changing with innovative surgical techniques like Intersphincteric resection (ISR) surgery. This procedure is used to treat rectal cancer located very…

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Testicular Cancer

What Is Testicular Cancer?

Image Source: https://advancedurology.com/advanced-blogging/testicular-cancer-facts-you-should-know/ Testicular cancer affects the testes. While it only accounts for 1% of all malignancies, it is the most common among men aged 20 to 34. Dr. Sandeep Nayak, Consultant Surgical oncologist, MACS Clinic, Jayanagar, Bangalore & Fortis Cancer Institute, Bangalore is a prominent oncologist in Bangalore, India and he says, “The risk…

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transoral robotic surgery machine

Has Transoral Robotic Surgery Revolutionized Head and Neck Cancer Treatment in Bangalore, India?

Head and neck cancer is challenging to treat, but surgeons now have more effective treatment options because of recent advances in medical technology. Previously, surgeons could only remove certain head and neck tumors by cutting through the neck or opening the jaw which had a lot of side effects.  Dr. Sandeep Nayak, a leading surgical oncologist…

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