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Subba Rao Kanchustambam


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D.N.B. (India), F.R.C.S. (UK) A.S.T.S (USA) Gastroenterology

Address:
Fortis Hospital, Sector 62, Phase - VIII, , Mohali, Punjab, 160062, India.

Telephone:
Not Available

Website:
http://www.liversurgeonindia.com/



Practice Information

Hospital / Clinic Address:

Fortis Hospital
Sector 62, Phase - VIII,
Mohali  Punjab  160062
India
Telephone Number: +91 172 469 2222

About Doctor

Specialities & Expertise

    • Liver Transplantation and Hepatobiliary Sciences
    • Dr. Subba Rao V Kanchustambam, FRCS, ASTS, DNB, MBBS - Additional Director, Fortis Hospital, Mohali, Punjab, India.
    • 17 Years Experience

Education

  • MBBS

Experience

    Dr. Subba Rao V Kanchustambam, is a famous liver transplant surgeon, who heads the Liver Transplantation & Hepato Pancreato Biliary Surgery Unit. It is one of its kind in South East Asia providing care to patients who need Liver Transplantation, Liver Surgery and Pancreas Surgery. 

    Dr. Subba Rao has trained extensively in this specialty at renowned institutes in UK (Kings College London), USA ( University Of Iowa ), Japan ( Kyoto University ) and South Korea ( Asan Medical Center , Seoul ) for over seven years. 

    Dr Subba Rao V Kanchustambam, has successfully performed several Liver Transplants and other Liver surgeries over the last few years. The team provides services to patients not only from India but also from Dubai, Egypt, Oman, Mauritius, Pakistan, Srilanka Etc.

    The unit functions as a part of a large multi-specialty tertiary referral center supported by world class diagnostic service, at Mohali, India.

Awards & Honors

Memberships

Research & Grants

Publications & Bibliography

     Hypernatremia in Deceased Donors and its effect on Liver Transplantation-An Indian Experience- HPB journal, 2008

    •  Small cell carcinoma of Liver- A case report- HPB journal,2008

    •  Post Laparoscopic cholecystectomy biliary stricture with portal biliopathy -A surgical challenge- IHPBA 2008

    •  Salvage abdominal surgery in patients with a retained rectal stump after restorative proctocolectomy and stapled anastomosis - British journal of Surgery volume 88 (12) 1602-Dec 2001 

    •  Kidneys from pediatric donors are at greater risk for early graft loss but are not at greater long term risk

      Outpatient Piezoelectric Extra corporeal Shock wave Lithotripsy" - 425 cases - at XLIII Annual Congress of Radiology & Imaging, Hyderabad (Jan.1990).

      Selective use of ERCP in patients undergoing Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy"- At first Asian Pacific Congress of Endoscopic Surgery, Aug'93. Singapore.

      Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy for Complicated Gall stone disease with low Conversion rate".-At first Asian Pacific Congress of Endoscopic Surgery, Aug'93.

      Anal Fissures"- How they are managed in North West Thames Presented at North West Thames Surgical club, Nov.97 

      Pouch Revision For Retained Rectal Stump " Presented at annual meeting association of Coloproctology of Great Britain & Ireland June 98

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