of Surgery organises CME on 'Oncology'
, September 19: The Department of Surgery, J N Medical College (JNMC), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in collaboration with the Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Hospital (RGCI), New Delhi organised a Continuing Medical Education (CME) programme on 'Oncology' in which leading physicians and surgeons from all over the country discussed advances in the surgical oncology, radiation, head and neck injury, spine, breast, rectum, liver, pancreas, appendix, kidney and bladder among other topics.
the old and new modalities of treating various cancers, Dr Leena Dadhwal (Senior Consultant, Surgical Oncology) said that the accuracy of diagnosis and the effectiveness of the treatment plan are often the main causes of concern for the patient as they play a critical role in determining the treatment journey and its final outcome.
Dr Kundan Singh Chufal (Senior Radiation Oncologist) delineated latest radio-therapeutic management of cancers in pre-operative and post-operative stages using IMRT, IGRT and Stereotactic body radiotherapy techniques.
Dr Mudit Agarwal (Senior Consultant, Head and Neck Surgical Oncology) delivered a talk on how robotic surgery for different head and neck cancers is different to other surgeries. He also spoke on the surgical management of breast, gastrointestinal and head and neck cancers.
Dr Leena, Dr Kundan and Dr Mudit, the guest speakers; Professor Mohamamd Aslam, Chairperson, Department of Surgery urged the faculty members and the residents to get trained in the recent developments related to the diagnosis and treatment of cancers. Prof Aslam announced that the RGCI will collaborate with JNMC to train resident doctors and faculty member of the Department of Surgery.
CME also had a panel discussion. Dr Pallavi Nigam conducted the programme.
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