NEUROSURGEON IN SHAUKAT KHANUM MEMORIAL

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Sir, Low grade glaioma on upper frontal region on brain can be operate safely ? in shoakt khanum ? secondly, how much timre time required for recovery ? thses type surgeries are successfully done in Pakistan / Shaukat Khanum ? M. Azeem Faisalabad
By: Muhammad azeem, Form: Faisalabad, on Tuesday, September 4, 2018
I am one of those lucky patients who have recovered from gbm4 Dr. Kamran Hussain made a surgery at sheikh zayed hospita (SZH) which is very good hospital and then i was given radio-therapy and chemo- therapy at SKHMRC, Lahore one of the best facility in this area of diseases. Now it is my forth MRI that is stable and I hope it will also stable for next life part. Thank you Dr. Kamran sb. I was really satisfied with your dealings and manner of treating a patient.
By: Dr. Murtaza, Form: Lahore, on Tuesday, August 1, 2017
This has to be the very best doctor I've ever seen in Lahore city. He was extremely personable. Words can't express how grateful I am to find such a doctor/surgeon dedicated to his patients. He's honest, had amazing integrity and truly a gem amongst his peers. I am so glad I found this amazing Doctor!
By: Razzak, Form: lahore, on Wednesday, March 30, 2016
All the doctors in Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital are very experience as well the fee charges in this hospital are very reasonable where Dr. Kamran Hussain operated my father successfully.
By: moin, Form: lhr, on Thursday, March 10, 2016
I feel much better after the surgery as well my last CT scan report is also clear, Dr. Kamran Hussain did my surgery in Shaukat Khanum Memorial where I just paid my medicines amount.
By: raheel, Form: lhr, on Friday, January 22, 2016
Dear Dr. Few months ago I was diagnosed with an intra medullary spinal cord tumer 61mm × 14mm at CV3 through CV6 with associated proximal and distal hydrosyringomyelia, cord expansion & posterior scalloping of the adjacent vertebral bodies. Likely ependymoma. Neurosurgeons of NMC and Agha khan hospital were not in a satisfactory and comfortable state to perform this surgery. According to them it is a risky operation and better to do it abroad. But my Department can only refer me to the hospitals which are on the panel within the country. I am facing progressive weakness and numbness in my both upper and lower limbs and I am worried about the irreversible nerve damage. What shall I do now please give me suggestions regarding Shaukat khanum hospital lahore. Thanks. Wassalam.
By: Dr asif ali , Form: Quetta, on Sunday, August 23, 2015
Sir, Low grade glaioma on upper frontal region on brain can be operate safely ? in shoakt khanum ? secondly, how much timre time required for recovery ? thses type surgeries are successfully done in Pakistan / Shaukat Khanum ?
By: M. Imran, Form: Islamabad, on Monday, November 10, 2014
Sir, Low grade glaioma on upper frontal region on brain can be operate safely ? in shoakt khanum ? secondly, how much timre time required for recovery ? thses type surgeries are successfully done in Pakistan / Shaukat Khanum ?
By: M. Imran, Form: Islamabad, on Sunday, November 9, 2014

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