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Switched-on mobile phone to blame for impotence?
April 8, 2014
Now medical researchers in Austria and Egypt have added yet another condition to the list. The conclusions of their stud ...
India-born cancer surgeon to head Mount Sinai’s Urology dept
October 9, 2013
India-born Ashutosh K Tewari, one of the foremost leaders in robotic prostate surgery and prostate cancer research in th ...
New technology provides hope for prostate patients
May 14, 2013
It is bloodless, almost painless and comes with an option of quick recovery. A new surgical technology came to the aid o ...
AIIMS’ first robot-assisted weight-loss surgery
May 27, 2012
Two years after a robot was used for the first time to perform a complex surgery in its
department, the All I ...
Blame constipation for bedwetting woes
January 31, 2012
Bedwetting isn't always due to problems with the bladder but constipation could be the culprit. This might necessitate a ...
Small cuts, faster healing
March 2, 2010
is an immensely attractive branch of surgery, thanks to technological advancements in the field and the poor sur ...
November 15, 2011
Urologists practise a superspeciality branch of surgery, which focuses on the urinary tracts of men and women, and on th ...
Human face spotted in an ultrasound
November 2, 2011
It's not often you hear about the lighter side of
. Canadian researchers examining ultrasound pictures of a tumou ...
Docs perform rare surgery on 75-yr-old
June 15, 2011
The abnormally large size prostrate gland will no longer will be a deterrent for the medical experts as the city hospita ...
Ketan Desai tenders his resignation from BJ Medical College
May 8, 2010
The tainted Medical Council of India (MCI) President Ketan Desai has tendered his resignation from the post of head o ...
Innovation brings down cost of kidney stone operation
April 26, 2010
Dr Diwakar Dalela of the
department at CSM Medical University (CSMMU) has indigenously developed a similar sheat ...
‘Foetal surgery can correct birth defects’
February 28, 2010
Dr Michael Carr, an expert in foetal surgery, was in Mumbai to speak at a three-day conference on paediatric
Indian-American sets record
August 19, 2008
Indian-American urologic surgeon Ashok Hemal and colleagues have performed more robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery to r ...
PM undergoes surgery
September 15, 2007
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday underwent a surgery to treat benign enlargement of the prostrate gland at the ...
Prostrate related diseases need early diagnosis
September 17, 2006
EXPRESSING CONCERN over prostrate related diseases noted Urologist and faculty member of the
Department in Ban ...
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India, China in choppy waters over Indian Ocean dominance?
4 militants killed near LoC; army says 200 more waiting to cross border
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