prostate cancer

Cost and Technique of Digital Rectal Exam

Dr. Vinod Tiku
20 Sep 2018
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DRE (Digital Rectal Exam) is a test used to check the prostate gland to find out if it has got any changes in them. Bone scan is a helpful test which is performed to know whether the prostate cancer has spread to other parts of the body.

Digital Rectal Exam (DRE) is a test that is used to check prostate gland in men. The doctor can examine prostate by inserting a finger into the rectum. It is located in front of the rectum hence a lubricated finger passing through rectum can clearly feel the organ. The test is done in the screening of prostate cancer and forms a useful part of detecting cancer during early stages.

Dr. Vinod Tiku

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Surgical Oncologist
Dr. Vinod Tiku is a Surgical Oncologist practicing at Sector 27, Noida. Being a Surgical Oncologist, he expertises in Breast surgery, Lumpectomy, Lymph node dissection, Partial nephrectomy, Radiofrequency ablation, Wedge resection, and Laryngectomy. He also specializes in Craniotomy Surgery, Radical nephrectomy, Thoracotomy, Video-Assisted thoracoscopic surgery, and Mastectomy procedures. He has completed his MBBS and MS in General Surgery from the University of Kashmir. Dr. Vinod Tiku has a Fellowship of National Cancer Center in Tokyo. He is also having a Fellowship of Endoscopic and laparoscopic surgery. He has an experience of more than two and a half decade. Dr. Vinod Tiku is currently practicing at Kailash Hospital, a Multispeciality center situated in Noida. This hospital is one of the best cancer centers in Noida. The center helps its patients to undergo various advanced technologies in the field of healthcare medicine. Book a FREE appointment with Dr. Vinod Tiku at
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