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Dr. Kaushal Yadav - Oncologist

Dr. Kaushal Yadav

MBBS , MS - General Surgery , MCh - Surgical Oncology

Surgical Oncologist , Laparoscopic Surgeon , 10 Years Experience

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav is an extensively trained cancer surgeon in Gurgaon, India with great skills. Alumni of MS (surgery) from PGIMS, Rohtak, Haryana, India and su more..

Lung cancer?

So recently I've been having chest pains and they seem like to be my bones that cause the most pain when I touch it, like my stem bone and even my shoulders when I touch them. I have shortness of breath and often find myself yawning to breathe. I accidentally choked on some food today and when I coughed (and still feel like coughing), I ended up spitting some of the food out? I think it was phlegm mixed with the meal. I also feel very tired. Keep in mind I have anemia, GERD, and anxiety. But could this be lung cancer?

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav answered

You need to visit a doctor and get yourself checked accordingly

Appendix lower abdomen pain back pain

I have pain in my lower abdomen leg waist and back. My age is 24 and my ESR is 94 mm/ hr. I have pain in lower abdomen daily i feel so weak my direct bilirubin is .80

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav answered

Please share if any imaging done

Consolation

Patient is suffering from invasive tumour in Urinary bladder...We did PET scan as per instructby the Dr Sameer Kaul of Apollo..
Kindly guide us what to do next
Attaching the biopsy and PET Scan report

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav answered

I am not getting full PET CECT report If there is no distant site for spread of cancer apart from ur ... View Answer

How can you tell if you got lung cancer

I keep coughing up mucus for the last eight months. It's white in color.can you tell me please. So how can you tell by the mucus

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav answered

Please visit a pulmonary physician first

Benign phyllodes tumor

Had lump in right breast since 1 month..consulted local doctor...was diagnosed as fibroadenoma of size 2cm through USG and FNAC..Local incision was taken by local doctor and the lump was removed... Biopsy showed benign phyllodes tumors as diagnosis... Should I follow wait and watch policy for its recurrence and then undergo surgery again or should I undergo wide local incision again immediately to prevent recurrence???

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav answered

For benign phylloid tumour wide local excision is must, so consult your oncologist and plan accordi ... View Answer

Sweeling Nd Cramps

Lymphoma cancer, Operate last year but he is facing problem for sweeling and extremely cramps in chest to left side cheek. (Operate note: left composite resection with cheek clearing and reconstruction).

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav answered

Get examination by your oncologist and neurologist

PEP SEMAR ASCUS

Bulky uterus with intral mural fibroid 35*34mm. Endometrial tickness is 7mm. pep semar report satisfactory specimen adequacy atypical squamous cells of undertermined signicances (ASCUS)

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav answered

Clinical examination finding of your doctors are very important. In view of that they may advice HP ... View Answer

Lump in left breast

Hello doctor Just few days before I feel lump in my left breast n size of it like chickpea N sometime it pains. Can it b cancer. M very scared n afraid to visit a doc as what he will say. I knw one day everybody will die even me also but I dnt want to die with these kind of disease

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav answered

No need of afraid. Only when you consult you will get to know what it is. At your age and as per de ... View Answer

Lump in the left breast

Hi, recently an excision biopsy surgery has been done to my mother in which they removed that lump and send for test. In that test report they concluded that lump as "invasive duct carcinoma with an extensive insitu duct carcinoma component". And also they mentioned " resection margins are free of tumour and closest resection margin is 5mm away from tumour" in microscopy section. And they suggested "clinicoradiological and surgical correlation". So i want to know the present cancer stage, whether it is dangerous and treatment process. Also want to know how much safe those radiation and chemotherapy as i heard about side effects of those and whether she can tolerate to those process at this age? Is it good to use ayurvedic medicine along with chemotherapy and radiation? What are the chances of complete cure for this disease at this stage and what is the procedure? Please help us in clarifying above issues and suggest us best treatment process. Thanks

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav answered

Treatment for breast cancer include surgery as primary treatment and adjuvant Chemotherapy / radiati ... View Answer

Cancer 4th stage

He is facing the cancer problem with 4th stage from last one year. Initially he faced the elbow pain problem, then we went to hospital and they identified as stage 4 Cancer primary lung. Radiotherapy completed and we have rejected chemotherapy due to his weakness. Now from last 20 days he is not able to talk and drink.

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Dr. Kaushal Yadav answered

please followup with a nearby oncology centre

Sushant Lok I

, Gurgaon

Max Hospital

B - Block, Landmark : Opposite Huda City Centre Metro Station, Gurgaon

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MON - SAT

12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

INR 800

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic. There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

Saket

, Delhi

Max Smart Super Speciality Hospital

#1,2, Press Enclave Road, mandir Marg, Saket, Landmark : Near Citywalk Mall, Delhi

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MON, WED, FRI

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

INR 800

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic. There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

Railway Road

, Gurgaon

Arogyam Superspeciality Clinic

New Railway Road, Subhash Nagar, Landmark : New Railway Road, Gurgaon

MON - FRI

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
8:05 PM - 8:30 PM

INR 1,000

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic. There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

Gurgaon Sector 14

, Gurgaon

GNH Hospitals

94/4, GNH Tower, MG Road, Landmark : Opposite Government Girls College, Gurgaon

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SAT

3:05 PM - 5:00 PM

INR 700

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic. There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

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7 months ago
Visited For Hepatocellular carcinoma
Initially confused and advised diffrently at different places. Got confidence after first meet with Dr Kaushal Yadav. Liver surgery and recovery was very good. Now happy and thanks to him
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10 months ago
I met Dr. Kaushal, a gentleman with professional command during my mother's treatment for ovarian tumor.He did successful surgery for more than 6 hours.I feel like freely discussing with him as he not I met Dr. Kaushal, a gentleman with professional command during my mother's treatment for ovarian tumor.He did successful surgery for more than 6 hours.I feel like freely discussing with him as he not only removes my doubts but boosts my morale too as well as my mother's.He patiently answered all my doubts.
i didn't notice even a small moment where he hesitate to help me.

He has been very helpful even over call.

He deserve loads of success.
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10 months ago
Visited For Cholangiocarcinoma
Delievered more than what promised. Such a complicated treatm,ent was made comfortable. Always a moral boostup during treatment
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11 months ago
Amazing experience and excellant recovery. My best wishes are with him for good future. very caring doctor
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Surgical Oncology
GastroIntestinal Surgery
Hormone Therapy For Prostate Cancer
Endocrine Surgery
Liver Cancer
Breast Cancer Surgery
Lung Cancer Surgery
Uro-Oncology
Thoracic-Oncology
Retroperitoneal Tumors
Gi Onco-Surgeries
Head & Neck Surgeries
Cancer Screening (Preventive)
Cancer Services
Oncology
Oncologist
Stoma Clinic
ileostomy
colostomy

Specializations

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Surgical Oncologist

Laparoscopic Surgeon

Breast Surgeon

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Education

MBBS - Pt. B D Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak (Haryana), 2005

MS - General Surgery - Pt. B D Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak (Haryana), 2009

MCh - Surgical Oncology - TATA Memorial Cancer Hospital, Mumbai, 2014

Experience View all (5) View less

Senior Resident at PGIMS Rohtak
Senior Resident at GTB, Delhi
Fellow HPB at Fortis Hospital, Noida
2015 - 2016 Specialist SR Surgical Oncology at Tata Memorial Cancer Centre, Mumbai
2016 - Present Consultant Surgical Oncology at Max Hospital, Gurgaon

Awards and Recognitions

FIAGES - 2015

Faculty HIPAC workshop Delhi - 2016

Memberships View all (4) View less

Member, Association of Surgeons of India

Life Time Member IHPBA - Indian Chapter

Active member of Indian association Of Endoscopic Surgeon

Indian Association of Surgical Oncology (IASO)

Registrations

26304 Medical Council of India (MCI), 2014
43825 Delhi Medical Council, 2009

Cancer Screening: You can nip it in the bud!


2016-11-16 13:03:57


What is Cancer Screening?

Cancer screening is for healthy individuals with education. It refers to detection of cancer at very early stage so that earliest possible treatment can be instituted. Rather than going for unnecessary blind tests, program for screening should be planned in consultation [...]

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Liver Cancer: Five Things You Should Avoid to Prevent Liver Cancer


2016-07-23 14:29:13


  1. Viral Hepatitis: Strong association between viral hepatitis and liver cancer. 75% of liver cancer cases are attributed to either hepatitis B virus or hepatitis C virus. Vaccine is available for hepatitis B virus prevention but none for hepatitis C virus. Mode of spread of these viruses [...]

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Five Steps to Self Examination for Breast Cancer


2016-04-23 13:54:52


Aim: to detect any small lump or change which could be sign of early breast cancer
Breast Self Examination and annual Clinical examination: breast self examination is easy to learn and and any abnormality should be  reported to the oncologist.

Method:

  1. It is done with [...]

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Lung Cancer: Survival Guide


2016-04-11 14:48:25


LUNG CANCER
  • Second most common cancer
  • Leading cause of cancer death. About 1 out of 4 cancer deaths are because of lung cancer
  • Despite poor prognosis, lung cancer is curable in early stages.
  • Two main types:
    -Non-small cell lung cancer: 85-90%
    -Small cell lung [...]

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Cancer: Awareness of Facts and Myth, Attention Towards Problems and Achievement of Healthy Life


2016-03-15 13:33:06


Cancer is uncontrolled proliferation of transformed cells in any part of the body. Neoplasm or tumor are used variably to describe any swelling or new growth. Benign growths don’t have potential to spread to other organs or parts of the body while malignancy or malignant growths have uncontrolled [...]

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