Cancer can affect any part of the tissues, organs, and structures in the body. The treatment varies for different types of cancer and some cases require surgery as a treatment option.
Nanavati Cancer Centre is equipped with latest Robotic system and facilities, thus offering comprehensive care to a patient suffering from cancer. The advanced technology of the Da Vinci Xi System facilitates our expert surgeons to tackle the most complex cases of malignancy with effectiveness and also provides rapid and faster recovery with better aesthetic outcomes and minimum scarring. The department offers highly advanced Robotic programs including:
Head and Neck Cancer Surgical Program
The program helps to treat various head and neck cancers such as Thyroid Cancers, Oropharyngeal Cancers (base of the tongue, tonsils etc.), Cancers of the Larynx (voice box) and Cancers of Salivary Glands, among others.
Thorax and Lung Cancer Surgical Program
The various surgeries performed under this program including Robotic-assisted Thoracic Surgery (RATS) like lobectomy, pneumonectomy, lung cancer resection, thymectomy and esophagectomy.
Thyroid Cancer Surgical Program
Complex thyroid cancer surgery can be performed using the robotic platform.
Gynae-Oncology Surgical Program
For women diagnosed with gynaecological cancer like endometrial cancer, ovarian cancers, and cervical Cancer, we at Nanavati Cancer Centre offer gynaecological oncology services including robotic procedures like Myomectomies, Hysterectomies, and lymphadenectomy.
Gastrointestinal Cancer Surgical Program
The gastrointestinal oncology team at Nanavati Cancer Centre deals with a range of surgeries including radical pancreatic surgeries, colectomies, gastric and liver resections, etc. for common GI malignancies. These surgeries can be performed with the robotic approach as well.
Urological Cancer Surgical Program
Urologic oncology has been at the forefront of robotic surgery since the beginning. Today, Prostate, Kidney and Urinary Bladder cancer can all be tackled robotically and are associated with improved perioperative outcomes with no compromise in cancer cure. The slender, wristed instruments and magnified view of the robot allow excellent access to urologic organs which are difficult to reach with open or laparoscopic techniques.