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Bone cancer surgery in India

Bone cancer is a sarcoma that arises in the bone. The most familiar type of bone cancer is osteosarcoma, which develops in original tissue in augmenting bones. Symptoms of bone cancer surgery in India tend to develop slowly and depend on the type, location, and size of the tumor. The signs and symptoms of bone cancer include: painful bones and joints, swelling of bones and joints, problems with movement, susceptibility to fractures. Less common symptoms include: unexplained weight loss, tiredness, fever and sweating. If you feel any symptom, it is important to discuss with the surgeon so that it could be vanished at starting. For past couple of years, many international patients have successfully been treated in India for different treatment procedures. Patients go back home happily after getting their surgical treatment in India. Click the link to see patients’ video after their surgical treatment in India: Patients’ Video. The success rate of bone cancer surgery in India is very good and its cost is also very less as compared to that of the cost of same treatment in other developed countries. Many patients are attracted to India for their cancer surgery because of delayed appointments in their countries. In India surgical treatment is cost effective and within very short time patients get their surgical treatment done and return back to their countries.

Bone cancer surgery is the only solution to get rid of cancer. Also, it is very important to get it done at its early stage as grows to advance level with time and it becomes difficult to be cured. There are mainly two types of bone cancer: Primary bone cancer and secondary bone cancer. Primary bone cancer refers to cancers which start in the bone. These are different to secondary bone cancers which started in other parts of the body and later spread to the bones. Bone cancers are tumours which have the potential to spread to other parts of the body. These are different to benign bone tumours which do not spread. Benign bone tumours are more common than malignant bone tumours. Secondary bone cancer is where malignant cells have spread to the bones from other parts of the body. This is different to cancer that actually started in the bones. Virtually all types of cancer can spread to bone. Bone metastases are particularly common in people with breast, lung or prostate cancer. Bone metastases are usually multiple, they cause pain and can lead to other symptoms such as hypocalcaemia. Treatment for bone cancer will depend on the type of cancer, whether it has spread or not, and the size and location of the main tumour. Treatment of bone cancers is complex and involves a team of different specialists usually within an institution that is experienced in treating these types of cancers. There are 3 main types of therapy used to treat bone cancers; Surgery to take out the tumour in an operation, radiotherapy using high-dose x-rays to kill cancer cells and chemotherapy using drugs to kill cancer cells. Surgery is often used to remove the primary tumour. For tumours of the arms and legs an amputation of the limb is sometimes necessary, however, limb-sparing surgery may be possible in many cases where only the cancerous part of the bone is removed and it is replaced by a bone graft or metal prosthesis. Radiotherapy may be given as well as or instead of surgery to destroy the cancer cells.

India is now days providing bone cancer surgery at low cost with highly trained doctors to appeal to the medical tourists. It has a large pool of professionally qualified doctors, nurses and paramedics. The world-class facilities and infrastructure is further supported by low cost airfare and other facilities related to their stay in India. Hi-tech and cost-effective medical services and the state-of-the-art corporate hospitals offering them are best supported by alternative medical treatment facilities thriving in leaps and bounds in the country. Many people come to India for bone cancer surgery with least risk involved and very good success rate. For past many years, these treatment centers of bone cancer surgery in India at Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi are providing very good treatment facilities to patients for their safe and comfortable surgical treatment in India. Click the link to see treatment facilities provided by these surgery centers in India: Treatment Facilities. For detailed information of bone cancer surgery in India, you can contact us by filling up an enquiry form here: Enquiry Form.

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