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Dr. Tanveer Abdul Majeed

29 years of experience

DNB - Surgical Oncology || MD - General Medicine || DNB - General Medicine || MBBS

Dr. Tanveer Abdul Majeed is a renowned Surgical Oncologist, Thoracic Oncologist, Medical Oncologist and Oncologist in Mumbai. He has 29 years of experience in medical field. He has completed his DNB - Surgical Oncology from University of Mumbai, Mumbai in 2012, MD - General Medicine from University of Mumbai, Mumbai in 2001, DNB - General Medicine from University of Mumbai, Mumbai in 2001, MBBS from Karnataka University and India in 1993. He currently practices at Mpct Hospital in Sanpada(Navi Mumbai) and S L Raheja Fortis Hospital in Mahim(Mumbai). He is a prominent member of Maharastra Medical Council, National Academy of Medical Sciences - New Delhi, Royal College of Physician & Surgeons (Glasgow), Royal College of Surgeon, Edinburgh, Associations of surgeons of India, Association of Colorectal Surgeons of India, Indian Society of Oncology, Indian Associations of Surgical Oncology, Association of Minimally Access Invasive Surgeons of India (AMASI), International Hepato pancreaticobiliary Association, Indian association of surgical Gastroenterologist, Indian Cooperative Oncology Network and Indian Society of Disease of Esophagus.

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Dr. Tanveer Abdul Majeed is registered as a Medical Practitioner at Maharashtra Medical Council since 1994. Registration Number - 75008

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Mpct Hospital

Sanpada, Navi Mumbai

C-7, Budhyadev Mandir Marg, Sector - 4, Near Saraswat Co-Operative Bank

Available on call

₹ 1300 Approx.

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S L Raheja Fortis Hospital

Mahim, Mumbai

Raheja Rugnalaya Marg., Opposite St. Xaviers College

Mon

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Wed

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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₹ 1500 Approx.

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Dr. Tanveer Abdul Majeed's answer :

Non small cell lung Cancer (NSCLC) is one form of Lung Cancer It is subdivided in to Adenocarcinoma and Squamous cell carcinoma 
Lung cancer can be well differentiated , moderately differentiated or poorly differentiated depending on the microscopic pattern 
NSCLC irrespective of being adeno or squamous has propensity for metatstases 
Treatment options include for early stage Surgery ( Lobectomy or Pneumonectomy ) depending on stage and extent of disease, Intermediate stage lung cancer is treated with Neoadjuvant chemotherapy followed by Surgery or Radical chemo radiation depending on disease extent and Patient physiological condition There is an emerging role of Durvalumab in intermediate stage non resectable lesions 
Advanced stage Patients are usually treated by palliative chemotherapy , targeted therapy and palliative care 
Inspite of best of treatment, Lung cancer has dismal prognosis and the key to good outcome is early detection

Services (4)

Oral Cancer Treatment
Oral Cancer Treatment Includes Surgery And Radiation Therapy. In Some Cases, Chemotherapy May Be Required.

Lung Cancer Treatment
Lung cancer can be treated by surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted therapy, or a combination of these treatments.

Cancer Surgery
Cancer Surgery Removes The Tumor And Nearby Tissue During An Operation. A Doctor Who Treats Cancer With Surgery Is Called A Surgical Oncologist.

Cancer Treatment

Field of Expertise (4)

Surgical Oncologist

Thoracic Oncologist

Medical Oncologist

Oncology

Academic Qualifications (4)

  • DNB - Surgical Oncology

    University of Mumbai, Mumbai

    2012

  • MD - General Medicine

    University of Mumbai, Mumbai

    2001

  • DNB - General Medicine

    University of Mumbai, Mumbai

    2001

  • MBBS

    Karnataka University, India

    1993

Experience (1)

  • Consultant

    S L Raheja Fortis Hospital

Memberships (13)

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  • Maharastra Medical Council
  • National Academy of Medical Sciences - New Delhi
  • Royal College of Physician & Surgeons (Glasgow)
  • Royal College of Surgeon, Edinburgh
  • Associations of surgeons of India