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Dr. Niranjan Chavan

MD, FCPS, DGO, DFP, MICOG

Diploma in Endoscopy (USA) | Training in Endoscopy (U.K.)

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Chairperson (2012-2014),
Oncology & Trophoblastic, Tumours Committee, FOGSI

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Clinical Secretary,
MOGS


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FOGSI TEXT BOOK "Gynecologic Oncology Simplified "- A practical approach released at All India Congress of Obgyn. Mumbai 2013 for FOGSI Members  

Gynecologic Oncology Simplified - A Practical Approach

FOGSI TEXT BOOK "Gynecologic Oncology Simplified "- A practical approach released at All India Congress of Obgyn. Mumbai 2013 for FOGSI Members.

 

Welcome

I am M.D. FCPS, DGO. DFP. MICOG Unit Chief & Professor in the Dept. of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Sion Hospital, Mumbai.

I have taken training in Minimal Access Gyn. surgery at Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead, London (U.K.) and attended Karl Storz Endoscopy workshop Course conducted by Dr. Adam Magos in Sept. 2000.

I am Consultant Gynecologist at the Sion Hospital one of the best reputed Hospital in Mumbai.

Consulting : High Risk Pregnancy Emergency Obstetrician, Gynaecologic Endoscopist & Infertility Specialist

I have Removed Laproscopically Largest (28 wks size ) Ovarian Tumour during Pregnancy in India receiving accolades from scientific community at AICOG 2012, press & media for a rare feat with successful pregnancy outcome of 2.8 Kg female baby delivered normally in February 2011.(first ever case reported so far in India)

Also I have FIRST case reported in India and 10th in the World for Successfully Removing a 2.8 kg Largest Ovarian tumour in the category of Mucinous Cyst Adenoma (MCA) of the Ovary from a 14 years perimenarchal girl in January 2012.

Presently I am National Chairperson of FOGSI Oncology & Trophoblastic, Tumours Committee (Jan 2012- Dec. 2014).

Our goal is to spread the awareness of preventive oncology, screening of early cancer by pap smear, colposcopy and promotion of minimally invasive gynec. oncology including Robotic surgery to reduce incidence of women's cancer.

To conduct, organize CME, Workshops, seminars, training of FOGSIAN gynecologist at local societies all over India.

For any query please contact :

e-mail :

nnchavan22@yahoo.com

niranjan.chavan@hotmail.com

gynaec@drniranjanchavan.com

 

Mobile #

9820123513 • 9320411313

 

Telephone #

022 - 26231919 • 24063148

Clinic timing 6  pm to 9 pm
(by appointment only)

Dr. Niranjan Chavan

PROFESSOR & UNIT CHIEF
LTMMC & Sion Hospital, Mumbai.

DIRECTOR
Chavan Maternity & Nursing Home,
NaliniNarayan Sadan, Plot No.195 / 2B, J.P.Rd, Andheri (W), Mumbai - 400 053.

MANAGING TRUSTEE
Nalini Narayan Medical Life Sciences Foundation

NATIONAL CHAIRPERSON
FOGSI - Onco. & TT Comm. (2012- 2014)

EDITOR
AFG (Asso. of Fellow Gynec.) Times

COURSE COORDINATOR
MUHS Recognised Certificate Course,
4th Batch of "Basic Infertility
Management Including Endoscopy"
at LTMMC & Sion Hospital

EXECUTIVE MEMBER
Managing Council, Mumbai Obst. Gyn. Society (13 years) & AFG

CHAIRMAN
Acommodation Committee, AICOG 2013

Member
AOFOG, Oncology Committee

Convener FOGSI Cell,
Violence Against Doctor

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