kidney cancer

Kidney Cancer screening

Dr. Kabir Rehmani
17 Sep 2018
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Kidney Cancer Screening is performed with the help of check in the familial history of kidney cancer.

There are no routine screening tests available for kidney cancer. People who fall in high-risk group can be asked by their doctors to get imaging tests done for ruling out cancer. Those with a family history of having kidney cancer may sometimes be asked for CT scans and renal ultrasounds to determine the cancer at an initial stage.


Dr. Kabir Rehmani

About the Author

Surgical Oncologist
Dr. Kabir Rehmani is a Surgical Oncologist practicing at Fortis Hospital in Sector 62, Noida. Dr. Kabir specializes in General medical consultation, Breast Cancer Management, Laryngectomy, Neck dissection, as well as Head and Neck Cancer treatment. Dr. Kabir also specializes in Flap surgery, Craniotomy Surgery, Head and Neck Robotic Surgery. He has completed his MBBS from Government Medical College, Jabalpur in 1994. Further, he pursued MS in General Surgery from Grant Medical College Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai University in 2004. Dr. Kabir has attained his Fellowship in Head and Neck Surgical Oncology from Tata Memorial Cancer Centre in Maharashtra. He is associated with Delhi Medical Council. He has an experience of more than one and a half decades in this field. Dr. Kabir is currently practicing at Fortis Hospital and Fortis Escorts Hospital. Fortis Hospital is one of the top medical hospitals in Noida which caters to the medical needs of the patients. Book your FREE appointment with Dr. Kabir Rehmani at Elacancer.com.
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