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.
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Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur is a multi-specialty hospital in Malaysia, and is amongst the renowned hospitals of Parkway Pantai Limited (Pantai Group). It is a 331-bed hospital with first-rate outpatient, inpatient and critical care facilities among all the important specialties including cancer care, In-vitro fertilization, Pediatrics, renal medicine (Hemodialysis) and Emergency department. The hospital, along with top-notch infrastructure and cutting edge technology, has over 200 medical specialists who are highly trained and experienced in their field of expertise. The first private hospital in Malaysia’s southern region to be equipped with Elekta Synergy - IMRT (VMAT) Linear Accelerator (LINAC).