About Dr. Kamlesh Verma - Best Oncologist in lucknow

Surgical Oncologist,13+ Years Experience

Dr. Kamlesh Verma is a consultant Best oncologist in Lucknow affiliated with Apollo medics Super specialty hospital. He is a highly skilled surgical oncologist with 13 Years of Experience And a special interest in minimally invasive surgery. He is one of the few cancer specialists in Lucknow who performs laparoscopy, video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS), and robotic surgery for smooth & pain-free recovery from Cancer.

Dr. Kamlesh Verma has given new life to many cancer patients through his highest quality patient care. He is the most experienced oncologist in Lucknow.

Apart from doing specialization in Surgical Oncology, he has done a fellowship in Thoracic Oncology and GI & colorectal surgery. During the fellowship, he has undergone training for laparoscopic and VATS surgery. He is also trained in cytoreductive surgeries (CRS) and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC).

Dr. Kamlesh Verma is actively involved in cancer-related research with multiple national and international publications to his credit. He has presented his work in various national and international scientific meetings. During his Masters in General Surgery and M.Ch. he submitted his thesis on Breast cancer. His research and work in the field of oncology make him the most recommended Onco surgeon in Lucknow

Dr. Verma selflessly works to provide a better quality of life to cancer patients. He always put 100% effort into better results. He provides cancer treatment with high quality and precision. Due to his excellent work in cancer treatment, patients refer to him as the best cancer specialist in Lucknow.

Dr. Kamlesh Verma not only provides cancer treatment but also provides services like early detection and diagnosis of cancer. Because if cancer is detected in its earlier stage it can be cured completely. If you have any queries,  contact now with the best oncologist in Lucknow.

Dr.Kamlesh Verma - Cancer Specialist in Lucknow

OncoXpert is an initiative by doctors who were formerly at the prestigious Tata Memorial Hospital Mumbai. It has been conceived with the objective of providing standardized comprehensive and state of the art cancer care across the county and is currently functional in five major cities Bangalore, Hyderabad Lucknow, Mumbai, and Pune. OncoXpert intends to serve in the entire spectrum of cancer care spawning from prevention by creating awareness, treatment, and end of life services. We strive to provide holistic treatment to the patients which involves multidisciplinary care with the most advanced globally recommended treatment protocols. All the facets that impact the treatment like the patient’s condition, stage, and biology of the tumor are thoroughly evaluated and management protocols are personalized to assure the best possible outcome to the patient. Though there are rapid technological advances in the management of cancer that substantially improve outcomes, these benefits are not reaching the common patients. OncoXpert is a humble attempt to provide affordable and the best possible treatment to the patients and ensures the expected outcomes to them.

  1. Persistent involvement of anterior mesorectal fascia in carcinoma rectum – extended resection of rectum vs total pelvic exenteration: results from a single-center retrospective study. Colorectal Disease, published online first on 9th July 2018.
  2. Robotic total pelvic exenteration for locally advanced rectal cancer – a video vignette.Colorectal Dis. 2018 May 19.
  3. Metastasis of Rectal Carcinoma in Testes and skin: Case series. Indian Journal of Surgical Oncology. 20th April 2013.
  4. Simultaneous bilateral adrenalectomy for pheochromocytoma in MEN syndrome: A case report with review literature. International Journal of Surgery Case Reports. Accepted on 10.03.2014.
  5. Isolated colorectal tuberculosis masquerading as malignancy: A case series. Tropical Gastroenterology. Sept 2016.
  6. Short term review of Highly Selective Vagotomy for Emergency management of Selective cases of Perforated Duodenal Ulcer, Evaluation of 30 cases at a Peripheral indian Hospital. Global Research Analysis April 2013.
  7. Functional Imaging in Carcinoma Thyroid. International Journal of advancement in Research & Technology. March 2013.
  8. Medical management of post-menopausal stress urinary incontinence. International Journal of scientific Research. May 2013.
  9. Prognostic Significance of Microvessel Density in Breast Cancer of Indian Population. International Journal of scientific and Engineering Research. Feb 2013.
  10. Serum bhCG and Lipid Profile in Early Second Trimester as Predictors of Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension. The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology of India (May–June 2014) 64(3):169–174.
  1. CD34; Pan Endothelial marker of Neo angiogenesis in Carcinoma breast. Awarded best paper prize in 35th annual conference of UP chapter of Association of surgeons of India.
  2. Tumour angiogenesis and prognosis; Co-relation in carcinoma breast . Oral presentation in NATCON IASO, Goa, India.
  3. Does post bronchoscopy sputum cytology increases diagnostic yield in central non-small cell lung cancer. Poster presentation at Indian cancer congress Nov 2013.
  4. Prospective non-randomized study to compare the accuracy of clinical examination under anesthesia, axillary ultrasound, and histopathological examination for axillary nodal staging in women with clinically N0 early breast cancer. Poster presentation at advances in breast cancer Lonawala, India.
  5. Colorectal cancer with liver metastases: Experience in the Indian Sub-continent. Poster presentation at American society of colon and rectum surgeon meeting 2017, Seattle, USA.
  • Minimal Access & Robotic Surgical Oncology
  • Urogenital & Gynaecological Oncology
  • Breast Cancer (Breast conservation &Oncoplasty)
  • Head and Neck Oncology
  • Gastrointestinal Oncology
  • Thoracic Oncology
  • Bone and soft tissue sarcoma
  • Recurrent pelvic tumour and retroperitoneal sarcoma.

General Information

MBBS – King George Medical University, Lucknow, India.
MS (GENERAL SURGERY) –
M.Ch. (SURGICAL ONCOLOGY) – TATA Memorial Centre Mumbai, India.
Specialist Senior Resident (SURGICAL ONCOLOGY) – TATA Memorial Centre Mumbai, India

S.No. Course Duration Institute
1. M.Ch. (Surgical Oncology) 01.08.2013 – 31.07.2016 TATA Memorial centre, Mumbai, India.
2. M.S. (General Surgery) May 2007 to May 2010 King George Medical University, Lucknow, India.
3. M.B.B.S. 2001 – 2006 King George Medical University, Lucknow, India.
S.No. Course Duration Institute
1. Specialist Senior Resident (SURGICAL ONCOLOGY) 01.08.2016 – 31.07.2017 TATA Memorial centre, Mumbai, India.
2. Advance Laparoscopic surgery course 18th Sept 2016 Ethicon Institute of surgical education, Mumbai,India.
3. Comprehensive Laparoscopic surgery course 31st August – 3rd Sept. Centre of excellence for Minimal access surgery Training, Mumbai, India.
4. Advance Laparoscopic surgery Course 23rd March 2014 Ethicon institute of surgical education, Mumbai, India.
5. Ethicon Fellowship (Thoracic surgery and VATS) 01.09.2012- 28.02.2013 TATA Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India.
6. Senior Resident, Surgical Oncology 07.09.2011 – 07.03.2012 TATA Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India.
7. Advanced Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery Course 11.12.2017 Ethicon Institute of Surgical Education, Mumbai India.
8. Vascular Anastomosis Course 25.03.2017 Ethicon Institute of Surgical Education, Mumbai India.
9. Advanced Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery Course 12.02.2018 Ethicon Institute of Surgical Education, Mumbai India.
  • Minimal Access & Robotic Surgical Oncology
  • Urogenital & Gynaecological Oncology
  • Breast Cancer (Breast conservation &Oncoplasty)
  • Head and Neck Oncology
  • Gastrointestinal Oncology
  • Thoracic Oncology
  • Bone and soft tissue sarcoma
  • Recurrent pelvic tumour and retroperitoneal sarcoma.

Signs and Symptoms of cancer

  • A persistent sore throat
  • Trouble swallowing
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Coughing
  • Change in voice or hoarseness
  • Ear pain or trouble hearing
  • Coughing, vomiting
  • Dysphagia, i.e., difficulty in swallowing
  • Pressure, burning, or pain in the chest
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Heartburn or indigestion
  • A breast lump or thickening that looks different from the surrounding tissue
  • Changes in the shape, size of a breast
    A newly altered nipple
  • crusting, or flaking of the pigmented area of skin enclosing the nipple skin
  • Changes of the skin over your breast, like the skin of an orange.
  • Bone pain
  • Swelling and tenderness near the affected area
  • Weakened bone, leading to fracture
  • Fatigue
  • Unintended weight loss
  • Indigestion, heartburn, and bloating
  • Loss of appetite
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Bloody or black stool
  • low hemoglobin (anemia).
  • Pain, swelling
  • Vaginal bleeding that is large or unusual, mainly after menopause
  • A vaginal record that is white, or colored with blood
  •  Lump in the pelvic area
  • Gastrointestinal complications, such as gas, bloating, or constipation.

FAQ's

What is cancer?

The normal cells in the human body grow and divide and also die over time. All these physiological mechanisms are kept under check. Cancer develops when these cells grow and divide rapidly in an uncontrolled manner and spread to adjacent and distant tissue eventually killing the host.

What causes cancer?

Most common cancers in India are caused by tobacco chewing(oral cavity), smoking(lung), consuming alcohol (liver cancers), and infections like HPV (cervical cancer).  Most of the cancers in the human body have some associated risk factors which will be covered in detail during individual cancer discussion.

Who gets cancer?

Any individual can get cancer with or without the presence of the above-mentioned risk factors. Some cancers like blood cancer, lymphomas, thyroid cancers are common in the very early age group, and the rest of the cancers are in the elderly population. In the western population, cancers are seen in elderly people ( age group more than 50-60 yrs) but in India, cancers are occurring early, for example, the average age of Indian females getting breast cancer is around 40-50 yrs and many cases are even detected as early as 25 to 30 yrs and so is the case for rectal and gynecological cancers.

Cancer has how many stages?

Cancer has 4 stages. Stage I being the earliest and stage IV being the last. Each stage is further sub-classified into subgroups.

Does smoking cigarette cause cancer?

With each puff of a cigarette, you suck chemicals that will cause cancer right into your lungs. Once there, they harm your genes, which control just about everything about you. when some gens are damaged they start to grow and become out of Control. which also causes lung cancer.

Other chemicals in cigarette smoke make the cancer-causing ones sticky, so, it’s hard to urge them off once they attach to your genes.

Smoking also causes swelling in your lungs. When that happens alongside the gene changes, that’s like putting an important foot on the accelerator of cellular division, making cancer even more likely. Still, other chemicals in tobacco smoke Stop your body from fixing the Damaged Gens.

What is the most common form of childhood cancer?

  1. Leukemia (Blood Cancer)
  2. Brain and medulla spinal tumors
  3. Neuroblastoma (Nerve Cancer)
  4. Wilms Tumor (Kidney Tumors)
  5. Wilms tumor lymphoma (including both Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin)
  6. Rhabdomyosarcoma
  7. Retinoblastoma (Eye Cancer)

Facilities Available at OncoXpert, Lucknow

  1. Screening, Counselling, and Prevention
  2. Diagnosis
  3. Multimodality care
  4. Staging
  5. Surgical oncology
  6. Robotic and Laparoscopy surgery
  7. Chemotherapy
  8. Immunotherapy and Targeted Therapy

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