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Doctor Profile
Dr. Aashish Shah

Dr. Aashish Shah, MBBS, MS, DNB, FRCS (Glasgow)

15+ Years Of Experience

Senior consultant Fortis Hospital, Cunningham Road

General Surgery

OPD Schedule - +91 80 4199 4444

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    09:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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    09:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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Dr. Aashish Shah is currently the Director at Department of GI/Minimal Access and Bariatric Surgery. He is an eminent Gastrointestinal and Laparoscopic Surgeon with more than 18 years of extensive experience in Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries with over 10000 surgeries. Expert in Thoracoscopic Surgeries, he has performed a number of complex Thoracoscopic Lung and Esophageal Resection Procedures. He is also an acknowledged specialist in performing the entire range of Bariatric Surgical Procedures and Endoscopic Intra Gastric Balloon Deployment for Obesity. After finishing his Masters in General Surgery from Grant College, Mumbai, Dr. Aashish Shah went on to complete the Diplomate of National Board from NBE, New Delhi in 1994. He was then awarded FRCS by RCPS, Glasgow, after successfully completely his training in Laparoscopic and Gastro Intestinal surgery, followed by the training in Advanced Laparoscopic Training at the European Institute of Tele Surgery(EITS), Strasbourg, France - one of the premier Laparoscopic Training Institutes in the world. He had also undergone an intensive training in Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery at the National University Hospital, Singapore. He is also Faculty for the FNB(Fellowship of National Board) in Minimal Access Surgery at Fortis Hospital. He has been a lap trainer at various courses and in the local lap surgical training programme. Dr. Aashish Shah is an acknowledged expert in the field of Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery(SILS) and has pioneered the surgical technique at Fortis Hospitals, Bangalore. He has expertise in novel SILS Technique in Bariatric Surgeries for Obesity. He is the Director of Minimal Access and Bariatric/Metabolic Surgery at Fortis Hospital, Bangalore. He has a special interest in Laparoscopic Surgeries for GastroIntestinal Cancers and is an expert at Laparoscopic Colorectal and Gastric Cancer operations. He is an acknowledged expert at Laparoscopic Fundoplications for GERD. He is also a visiting expert Laparoscopic Surgeon to Hospitals in Baghdad, Iraq and Kampala, Uganda.


Radical Nephrectomy, Nephrology; Dr. Mohan Keshavamurthy;Bangalore.

Ganesh underwent a routine urological check up at a Fortis health camp where he discovered major health issue despite leading a healthy life. Dr. Mohan Keshavamurthy, Consultant Urologist and Transplant Surgeon, found a vague growth in his right kidney after ultrasound scan evaluation and suspected some kind of tumour. The growth could spread to the adjacent organ, his liver. There was no evidence suggesting spread to any other part of the body. Ganesh had no symptoms. On further evaluation it was found to be a rare form of kidney cancer called Synovial Sarcoma. One of the most common types is called the Renal Cell Carcinoma which, though being dangerous is treatable if detected early. The doctors discussed the problem with Ganesh in detail and decided to conduct a Radical Nephrectomy (removal of the cancerous kidney). During the surgery the tumour appeared cancerous and it was removed.After the surgery, Ganesh recovered remarkably. The team which included a Pathologist and Oncologist finally decided on the treatment plan. Ganesh was given a clear understanding of the status and a plan for chemotherapy was made. He has finished with his chemotherapy and is absolutely fine now.