Surgical oncology is one of the important departments of the cancer centre. Usually all the new patients coming to the center are first seen in the Surgical Oncology OPD and after getting the tissue or cytological diagnosis and evaluation for operability both clinically and radiologically, those patients are taken for surgical admission and operations. Inoperatable cases detected eitherclinically or radiologically are referred for other modality of treatments like chemotherapy and or radiotherapy.
Modified radical mastectomy, Breast conservation surgeries, radical gastric resections, Abdomino Perineal Resection of rectal cancers are few of those surgeries being done routinely. Radical as well as conservative surgeries for cancer penis are also done frequently. Many a times palliative and bypass surgeries are being done to alleviate pain and agony, Oesophago-gastrectomy, Whipples procedures are been done less frequently. Wide local excision of soft tissue cancers are also being done in routine basis along with Reconstructive procedures.
One reconstructive surgeon is working full time but on deputation basis from civil hospital. A fulltime faculty in plastic and reconstructive surgery is badly needed for this department. Post-graduate students from the department of Surgery, SCB Medical College, Cuttack are undertaking training on rotation, They are getting much better exposure and benefit as more than 50% of cases in their examination period are oncology subject. We need to get more and more support from the HOD Surgery from SCB Medical college in this regard posting them on rotation and also for at least 3 months instead of 1 month.
Surgeons from peripheral health services are also undergoing re-orientation training in surgical technique on rotation basis. This reorientation program for the peripheral surgeons needs to be on a more regular basis which is not the fact now. The departmental seminar is being conducted regularly. The faculties have also delivered many guest lecturers, presented papers in conferences and taken part in various symposis and workshops. Faculties have regularly taking part in early cancer detection and educational programs joining the cancer control camps and various awareness programs. M.ch in Surgical Oncology has been started.
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|1||Professor & Medical Superintendent||Dr. Padmalaya Devifirstname.lastname@example.org
Mob :- 9437053104
|2||Professor & HOD||Dr. Prafulla Kumar Dasemail@example.com
Mob :- 9438332211
|3||Associate Professor||Dr. Swodeep Mohantyfirstname.lastname@example.org
Mob :- 9861114012
|4||Associate Professor||Dr. Kunal Goutamemail@example.com
Mob :- 7873011333
|5||Assistant Professor||Dr. Subrat Kumar Samantarafirstname.lastname@example.org
Mob :- 9439902820
|6||Assistant Professor||Dr. Bharat Bhusan Satapathyemail@example.com
Mob :- 9439281797
|7||LTRMO||Dr. Mohanlal Khadiafirstname.lastname@example.org
Mob :- 8895955165
|8||M.Ch.||Dr. Nilesh Patil||Mob :- 9491372799|
|9||M.Ch.||Dr. Kalyan Pandey||Mob :- 9482237664|
|10||Deployed||Dr. Jeevanjyoti Mishra||Mob :- 9438502130|
|11||M.Ch.||Dr. Kunhi Mohammad K. P||Mob :- 9809127016|
|12||M.Ch.||Dr. Supratim Bhattacharya||Mob :- 8336856990|
|13||Senior Resident||Dr. Subhransu Sekhar Lenka||Mob :- 8249153692|
|14||M.Ch.||Dr. Snehasis Pradhan||Mob :- 9938833141|
|15||M.Ch.||Dr. Muhammed Navas N. K||Mob :- 9633646302|
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