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How tough is the job of an oncologist? I am often asked this question and I have probably never admitted the whole truth. An oncologist is a strange amalgam of extremes of emotions....it is a never ending balancing act.While he or she has to create that environment of positivity to enable the patient to make the right choices for his/her treatment, without being overwhelmed by the side effects of treatment, he or she also has to ride the see saw of ups and downs that are likely to happen during the course of treatment with the patient. Being cheerful in the face of adversity yet remaining detached from the outcome of treatment is learnt painstakingly over years. The troubles don't end here. The oncologist is subject to scrutiny all the time....an innocuous expression could be read by the attendant or patient as despair or hopelessness, a phone call for another seriously ill patient could be extrapolated to one's own self by the patient across the table, a slight drop in the wattage of your smile could be interpreted as doomsday......and so on.It is a tough life but it becomes worth the effort when patients defy statistics, come back to meet you, year after year, treat you like a part of their extended family contributing to crucial personal decisions..... and threaten to outlive you! For more details, please contact Dr Geeta Kadayaprath, Head Breast Surgical Oncology, Max Cancer Centre, Patparganj, Delhi, India
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The major advantage of having oncoplastic surgery is having the ability to remove cancer without leaving a disfiguring defect in the breast. After thorough tumor removal, the surgeon reshapes the remaining breast tissue to try to maintain the shape and contour of the breast. This not only achieves a normal-appearing breast shape after lumpectomy but can often improve the appearance of the breast, without the use of artificial implants or transplanted tissue. Dr. Geeta Kadayaprath - Breast Cancer Treatment in Delhi
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Surgery aims to remove the breast cancer with a margin (border) of normal tissue to reduce the risk of the cancer coming back in the breast (known as local recurrence) and to try to stop any spread elsewhere in the body. The amount of tissue removed depends on the area of the breast affected and the size of the cancer in your breast. Dr. Geeta Kadayaprath - Best Breast Cancer Surgeon in Delhi
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Incision care Small pieces of tape (called steri-strips) will remain over the incision site and may be removed 10 to 14 days after surgery. The incision should be kept clean and dry for one week after surgery. Therefore, we recommend sponge baths instead of showers the first week. You may bathe in a bathtub if you are able to keep the area dry. Look for redness and swelling, which may be signs of infection. Do not go swimming until you have discussed this with your surgeon at your follow-up appointment. Dr. Geeta Kadayaprath - Best Breast Cancer Specialist in Delhi
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Follow-up Care After Breast Cancer Surgery You may be discharged from the hospital with an external drainage device in place. The drain will continuously remove fluid from a catheter at the surgery site into an external collection device. You will be responsible for emptying this collection device. Your nurse or health care provider will discuss how to care for your drain before you are discharged from the hospital. Dr. Geeta Kadayaprath - Best Breast Cancer Surgeon in Delhi

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