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Surgical Oncology

Role of Microbiota in Carcinogenesis and Cancer Treatment

Human body has around 30 trillion human cells, but microbiome in human body is constituted by estimated 39 trillion microbial cells including bacteria, viruses and fungi that live on and in us. They make up about 1-3 per cent of our total body mass but have huge potential implications on physiology and diseases. We now have plenty of literature that demonstrates an association between disruptions in the homeostasis of microbial communities (termed as dysbiosis) and varied pathologic con... Read More

Standards Of Specimen Handling In Operation Theatre : Does It Affect Adjuvant Treatment Decision?

From an oncosurgeon’s perspective Introduction: The purpose of the standards is to provide an outline that healthcare workers (HCWs) in the perioperative setting can use to develop and implement policies and procedures for the handling and care of surgical specimens. The standards are presented with the understanding that it is the responsibility of the healthcare facility to develop, approve, and establish policies and procedures for the handling and care of surgical specimens according to established h... Read More

Rule of six for CRS and HIPEC : An Institutional Experience

Introduction - We, on the basis of our experience of last 7 years at a tertiary care centre, tried to develop a standard protocol as 'RULE OF SIX IN HIPEC’ for the better understanding and management of this challenging procedure. This rule may help for the better outcomes of HIPEC procedures, practiced as six indications, six rationale, six criteria of patient selection, six contraindications, six advice before HIPEC, Six steps of checking before CRS, Six assessment for NACT, Six steps o... Read More

Reconstructive Surgery: Detailed Overview

Reconstructive surgery is a medical intervention strategy to rectify defects in the body caused by ageing, injury, infections, congenital anomalies and tumours. The surgery aims to improve the form and function of any body part, from toe to the head, in kids, adults and elderly. Reconstructive surgery is mistaken for plastic surgery but they are two different disciplines. The former restores the function of a body part while the latter is a... Read More

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