Bone Tumor Removal is an umbrella term for surgical procedures used to remove bone cancer. Bone cancers can be removed in a variety of ways, including limb-salvage surgery, amputation, cryosurgery, curettage, and/or surgery to remove bone cancer that has spread to other areas of the body. The main goals of these surgeries are to remove the cancerous areas, as well as small amounts of surrounding healthy tissue that might also develop cancer, but still attempt to leave as much of the rest of the body intact as possible.
Gleneagles Medini is a world-class multi-specilaty tertiary care providers in Malaysia, built with state-of-the-art infrastructure and offering excellent outpatient, impatient service along with Emergency care service. The 300 bedded hospital is facilitated with top-notch technology and high-tech equipment which enables the specialists to offer advanced procedures with reliable clinical outcomes. The highly skilled and experienced medical professionals along with a substantially trained support staff at Gleneagles Medini ensure that the patients receive immediate and excellent clinical care.