Dr. Rama Mohan Reddy Vada
Radiation OncologistHead of Department , MBBS, DNB, DM, 15 years of experience
Hyderabad , India
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Head of Department, Continental Hospitals, Hyderabad
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Dr. Rama Mohan Reddy Vada practices at Continental Hospitals, Hyderabad
Yes, Dr. Rama Mohan Reddy Vada does online consult. Patient can select Tele-consult or At Hospital while submitting the appointment request.
Dr. Rama Mohan Reddy Vada specialty is Radiation Oncologist
Dr. Rama Mohan Reddy Vada is Radiation Oncologist with 15 years of experience.
Consultation fees of Dr. Rama Mohan Reddy Vada is 800. However it is advised to check the fees before booking the appointment.
Dr. Rama Mohan Reddy Vada is MBBS, DNB, DM.
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More About Radiation Oncologist
A radiation oncologist evaluates individual patients, determining the best management plan, overseeing treatment and assessing progress. Radiation Oncologists may also order tests and images, prescribe medications, and consult with other doctors involved with cancer treatment.
There may be Change in bowel or bladder habit, sore that does not heal, Unusual bleeding or discharge, Thickening or lump in the breast or elsewhere, Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing, Obvious change in a wart or mole and hoarseness in voice.
Chest x-rays and various imaging procedures are required by the radiation oncologist.
Most people feel little to no discomfort during treatment but some may experience weakness or nausea.
It depends on the type of tumor, For tumors that divide slowly, the mass may shrink over a long, extended period after radiation stops. The median time for a prostate cancer to shrink is about 18 months.