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Best Cancer Hospital In India

Geetanjali Cancer Centre is the best cancer hospital in India providing the best dignostic services. The principal aim of Geetanjali Cancer Centre is to provide single window solution for investigation ranging from simple pathological test to complex imaging problems combining multiple devices. The hospital has world class facilities like MRI 1.5T, Multislice CT (38 Slice / sec.), Digital X-ray, High-end Colour Dopplers, Advanced Pathology, TMT, Serum Tumor Markers, Modern Histopathology Lab, Frozen section, 1.5 Telsa MRI, Cath Lab for DSA Acquisition, etc.

The hospital has all Critical Care Services: BICU, NICU, PICU, Neuro ICU, CTVS ICU, CCU, SICU, MICU, RICU, STEP DOWN CCU available and are fully functional. The units include facilities like BIPAP Ventilators and also have bedside facilities like Bronchoscopy, Endoscopy, Ultrasonography, Echocardiography, Portable X-Ray, ABG, Percutaneous Tracheostomy, Hemodialysis, Hemodynamic Monitoring, etc.

The blood bank is licensed to prepare Whole Blood, Packed Red blood Cells, Platelet concentrate, Fresh Frozen plasma, Cryoprecipitate, Single donor platelets (platelets prepared by pheresis), Plasma pheresis and leucodepleted blood.

We have Cutting Edge Cancer Fighting Radiation technology that is faster, sharper and smarter.

First time in South East Asia

  • 4-D Extracranial Radiosurgery

First in India

  • 6-D Intracranial X-Knife Radiosurgery
  • 6-D X-Knife Functional Radiosurgery
  • Gated radiotherapy
  • Deformable Image Registration

First in Western India

  • Dynamic IGRT
  • TSET
  • MR Guided Brachytherapy

First in Rajasthan

  • Agility based VMAT
  • Agility based IMRT

How Is Cancer Diagnosed?

The earlier cancer is diagnosed and treated, the better the chance of its being cured. Some types of cancer -- such as those of the skin, breast, mouth, testicles, prostate, and rectum -- may be detected by routine self-exam or other screening measures before the symptoms become serious. Most cases of cancer are detected and diagnosed after a tumor can be felt or when other symptoms develop. In a few cases, cancer is diagnosed incidentally as a result of evaluating or treating other medical conditions.

Cancer diagnosis begins with a thorough physical exam and a complete medical history. Laboratory studies of blood, urine, and stool can detect abnormalities that may indicate cancer. When a tumor is suspected, imaging tests such as X-rays, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, and fiber-optic endoscopy examinations help doctors determine the cancer's location and size. To confirm the diagnosis of most cancers , a biopsy needs to be performed in which a tissue sample is removed from the suspected tumor and studied under a microscope to check for cancer cells.