Doctor Details

Dr. Shivam Vatsal Agarwal
  • Name
    Dr. Shivam Vatsal Agarwal
  • Address
    Sarvodaya Hospital Research Centre Sector 8, Sarvodaya Health Clinic Mathura
  • Designation
    Senior Consultant - Surgical Oncology
  • Department

Dr. Shivam Vatsal Agarwal

  • M.B.B.S from N.R.S Medical College, Kolkata in (1999),
  • M.S. from I.P.G.M.E.R and S.S.K.M Hospital in (2007 to 2010),
  • Consultant Oncology Surgeon.

Speciality

  • Head Neck Oncology, Breast Oncoplastic Surgery, Gynaecological Malignancies, GI Malignancies and soft tissue sarcoma.
  • Minimal invasive surgery with a special interest in pelvic and Thoracic laparoscopic surgeries.

Education

  • MBBS (1999) NRS Medical college, Kolkatta
  • MS IPGMER and SSKM Hospital (2007-2014)
  • 6-month fellowship in laparoscopic Onology and Robotic surgery Pune.

Experience

  • Worked as Senior Resident in the Department of Surgery
  • Fellowship from Max Saket Hospital, New Delhi
  • Resident surgeon in Ram Krishna Hospital, surgical VIMS Kolkatta
  • Worked as Senior Resident - Surgical Oncology for 3 Years in AIIMS, New Delhi
  • Fellowship in Advanced Laparoscopic Oncology and Robotic surgery at Galaxy Care Laparoscopy Institute, Pune
  • Consultant - Oncosurgeon in Batra Hospital, New Delhi

Other Information

  • Primary ectopic mediastinal goitre in a patient with Crohn's disease presenting as Myasthenia gravis. In.
  • The ANNALS OF THORACIC SURGERY.
  • Metastatic inguinal lymph nodes with two different histological types in a case of carcinoma of the unknown primary site in Urology Annals.
  • Pancreaticoduodenectomy is a Government medical college that should proceed.IJS
  • Our experience of laparoscopic anterior exenteration in locally advanced cervical carcinoma.JMIG
  • Laparoscopic management of large solitary adnexa masses: a review of 20 cases.JMIG
  • Contralateral PPMC flap for recurrent head and neck cancer.
  • Laparoscopic intersphincteric resection for low rectal cancer with intracorporeal coloanal anastomosis.
  • Surgeons as the most important prognostic factor in cancer management.