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Dr. Manu Shanker -  Advanced Laparoscopic

Dr. Manu Shanker

(Advanced Laparoscopic)

Speciality

Pediatrics

Experience

21 Years

Hospital

Fortis Escort

Location

Faridabad

Biography

Dr. Manu Shanker is a Bariatric surgeon with extensive 21+ years of experience. He is the first doctor in the country to use the PVP patch for umbilical hernia and Epigastric hernia and the first surgeon in Faridabad with FNB

Well versed with Minimal Access & General Surgery, Hernia Surgery- Complex Hernias, Breast Disease, Anorectal Disease. Annexed with Association of Surgeons of India, Indian Association of Gastro-Intestinal & Endoscopic Surgeons.

Association of Minimal Access Surgeons of India, International College of Surgeons, Society of American Gastro-Intestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons. Persuaded his MBBS from the University of Delhi followed by MS and DNB in General Surgery.

He is the first doctor in the country to use the PVP patch for umbilical hernia and Epigastric hernia and the first surgeon in Faridabad with FNB (Minimal Access Surgery)

Annexed with Association of Surgeons of India, Indian Association of Gastro-Intestinal & Endoscopic Surgeons, Association of Minimal Access Surgeons of India, International College of Surgeons.

Special Interest

Blepharoplasty Endosurgery Bariatric (Gastric Bypass) Surgery Gastroscopy Nephrectomy (Kidney Removal) Splenectomy Piles Treatment (Non-Surgical).

Education

DNB, MS, MBBS,


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