Dr. Surender Dabas - One of The Best Robotic Surgeon Doctors in India

Dr. Surender Dabas - Director, Head and Neck Surgery & Robotic Oncology, BLK Max Super Specialty Hospital, New Delhi, India Director, Head & Neck Surgery & Robotic Oncology, BLK-Max Super Specialty Hospital, New Delhi

Dr. Surender Dabas provides comprehensive treatment plans that include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. He also works with other medical professionals to ensure that patients receive a well-coordinated treatment strategy.

He has expertise in treating tumors of the skull base, oral cavity, larynx, esophagus, and thyroid. He is also a proponent of transoral robotic surgery.

1. Head & Neck Cancer Surgery:

Head and neck cancers can affect the mouth, throat, ear, nose, sinuses, larynx (voice box), and thyroid. They are most common in smokers and drinkers and are more common in men than women. They are also more likely to occur in people who have a family history of head and neck cancer.

Symptoms include a lump or swelling in your neck, pain, or difficulty eating and speaking. If you have any of these symptoms, talk to your doctor.

Dr. Surender Kumar Dabas is a pioneer in robotic surgery for head and neck cancer. He currently serves as Director & Chief, Robotic Oncology Surgery Department in BLK Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi. He has held several leadership roles in prominent institutions and holds memberships in the International Guild of Robotic & Endoscopic Head-Neck Surgeons and Foundation of Head-Neck Oncology.

2. Thoracic Cancer Surgery:

During surgery, we remove the cancer cells and some of the surrounding healthy tissue. We can also use radiation and chemotherapy to treat thoracic cancers.
For example, we use stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) to treat esophageal cancer or lung cancer. This noninvasive treatment uses large doses of highly focused radiation to kill cancer cells without damaging your normal tissue.

3. Gastrointestinal Cancer Surgery:

The gastrointestinal tract (colon, esophagus, stomach, gallbladder and pancreas) accounts for more cancers and more deaths from cancer than any other part of the body. These cancers start when the cells lining one of these organs mutate, produce tumors and can spread to other parts of the body.
Stomach cancer, also called gastric cancer, starts in the stomach, a muscular sac-like organ that sits in the upper middle part of the belly. This gland helps digest and mix food, removing waste. It can spread to nearby tissue or lymph nodes.
Health experts don’t know what causes gastrointestinal cancers but they can be caused by cigarette smoking, obesity, chronic digestive problems like gastroesophageal reflux disease or Hepatitis B or C virus infection, inherited genetic mutations and some environmental risk factors.

4. Gynecologic Cancer Surgery:

Gynecology cancer includes any tumor that starts in a woman’s reproductive organs, which are located in the pelvis, the area below the stomach. Cancers are named for the part of the body where they start, and gynecologic cancers can be primary (they begin in the uterus, ovaries, or fallopian tubes) or metastatic (they start somewhere else in the body and spread to a gynecologic organ).

Cervical cancer is most common among gynecologic cancers. It most often begins in the cells lining the cervix, which can develop cancerous tissue when it isn’t regularly monitored for abnormalities. Infection with human papillomavirus (HPV) is almost always the cause of cervical cancer, and women with this infection are at increased risk of developing the disease.

Ovarian cancer is the third most common gynecologic cancer, and there are three different types: stromal cell cancer, epithelial cancer, and germ cell cancer. Women at higher risk of ovarian cancer, such as those with a family history of the disease, may choose to have elective, preventive surgery. This can include hysterectomy (removing the ovaries), which can help reduce the risk of ovarian cancer.

At City of Hope, a team of experts is dedicated to treating all types of gynecologic cancers, including rare and complex ones. Our gynecologic oncologists, who have three to four years of advanced training, work closely with doctors in hematology/oncology and radiation oncology to provide personalized care. Many gynecologic cancers are curable if caught early and treated promptly.

5. Urologic Cancer Surgery:

Urologic cancer surgery is a surgical specialty that deals with cancer of the male and female urinary tracts and the reproductive organs. It is a medical specialty that requires knowledge of Prostate Cancer, Bladder Cancer & Kidney Cancer.

6. Sarcoma Cancer Surgery:

Most sarcomas grow very slowly, so they may not cause any symptoms until they grow quite large and start to press on organs or muscles. These tumors often feel like a painless lump under the skin or in a muscle, although they may be hard to see without a medical test. Symptoms may include swelling, a feeling of fullness or pain, and difficulty breathing. The outlook for sarcoma depends on the type, grade and location of the tumor. But health authorities estimate that most people live for at least 5 years after diagnosis, especially if the sarcoma is diagnosed and treated in its early stages.

The main treatment for most sarcomas is surgery to remove the tumor and some normal surrounding tissue. Your doctor may also use radiation or chemotherapy before or after surgery to improve the chances of a cure.

Generally, doctors do not know what causes most types of sarcoma. But certain inherited conditions and chemical exposure can increase the risk of developing this disease. These include long-term swelling (lymphedema) of the arms or legs, and certain chromosome mutations, such as Gardner syndrome, Werner syndrome, von Hippel-Lindau disease, Li-Fraumeni syndrome and tuberous sclerosis.

Sometimes sarcoma cells break away from the area they start in and travel through the bloodstream to other parts of the body. This is called metastasis. Usually, they spread to the lungs, but they can also affect bones and other soft tissues.

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