About Dr. Mohan Keshavamurthy
Dr Mohan Keshavamurthy, with more than 29+ years of rich experience in Urology, Uro-Oncology, Andrology, Transplant and Robotic Surgery, leads a team of 15 certified consultants working with him to provide complete & comprehensive urological care. Dr Mohan completed his MCh urology training from the renowned KEM hospital in Mumbai. He did his Urogynaec oncology training from the premier cancer institute of the country, Tata Memorial hospital. He then did advance surgical training leading to a Fellowship in Transplant surgery from QEII Health sciences centre, Halifax, Canada. He is certified by the American society of Transplant Surgery.
Uro-Oncology has undergone a transition from open to 3D Laparoscopy and finally to Robot assisted Surgery leading to enhanced clinical outcomes. Dr Mohan has kept himself abreast of the latest skills and technology in the field of urology and Robotic surgery. He is an accredited and renowned Robotic Surgeon and a pioneer in Laser Urology besides being an expert in major uro-oncological procedures and urinary tract reconstruction. He also has expertise in performing innovative HIVEC procedures.
Dr Mohan has partaken in many workshops and conference as a guest speaker in over 20 countries to share his years of expertise and knowledge.
- He is a Gold medallist and topper in MCH Urology at University of Mumbai
- He was the first urologist to undergo post MCh certification fellowship training in Urogynaec oncology at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, 1996
- He has trained in Robotic surgery at the prestigious STAN institute in France
- He helms one of the largest Uro-Oncology programs in South India performing Advanced Robot assisted procedures such as Ileal Neobladder, Nerve Sparing Radical Prostatectomy and Nephron Sparing Partial Nephrectomy
He has performed around 500 Neo Bladder procedures for cancer bladder in a period of 10years
• He is one of the few doctors in the state of Karnataka who has the expertise of performing HIVEC procedure for bladder cancer
• He is an expert in conducting Robotic partial nephrectomy, Nerve sparing Radical prostatectomy and Radical Cystectomy with intracorporeal reconstruction and has conducted around 1300 procedures in a span of 10 years
• He has so far performed over 300 robotic urological procedures in a span of 3 years
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