pancreatic cancer

Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer

Dr. Manoj Pal
17 Sep 2018
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Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer is performed with the aid of MRI Scan, CT Scan, Abdominal and Endoscopic Ultrasound and Surgical Biopsy.

Different types of imaging and screening tests are utilized to find out about the chances of occurrence or presence of Pancreatic Cancer. This includes CT scan, MRI scan, Abdominal and endoscopic ultrasound, Liver function tests, Tumor marker tests as well as Endoscopic and Surgical Biopsy. Cholangiopancreatography is one of the latest imaging test for finding out the presence of pancreatic cancer.

Dr. Manoj Pal

About the Author

Medical Oncologist
Dr. Manoj Pal is a Medical Oncologist and Cancer specialist practicing in Sector 44, Gurgaon. Dr. Manoj specializes in providing various treatments related to Bile Duct Cancer, Colon Cancer, Oesophagus Cancer, and Rhabdomyosarcoma. He also offers treatments for Stomach Cancer, Tonsil Cancer, Uterus Cancer, Bladder Cancer, Tongue Cancer, and Sarcoma. Dr. Manoj has completed his MBBS from KG Medical College in Lucknow and MD from SN Medical College, Agra. He has an experience of more than one and a half decade in this sphere. Presently, Dr. Manoj practices at Millenium Cancer Centre. The hospital provides the high quality care and treats its patients with the help of advanced and new technologies and procedures. The team understands that the patients receive timely cancer treatments which yield the best results for the welfare of the patients. Not only this, the centre also ensures that the patients utilize their insurances in the best possible manner. Millenium Cancer Centre primarily focuses on building cancer research and treatments for a better future of the patients. Book a FREE appointment with Dr. Manoj Pal at
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