KETAN VAGHOLKAR - MedBlogs

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KETAN VAGHOLKAR

KETAN VAGHOLKAR - MedBlogs

MEMBER OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS(MRCS)GLASGOW,U.K. AND U.S.(ECFMG) CERTIFIED GENERAL SURGEON WITH SWISS FELLOWSHIP TRAINING IN ABDOMINAL SURGERY. I HAVE EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE OVER 19 YEARS IN GASTROINTESTINAL SURGERY.ESPECIALLY CANCERS OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM AS WELL AS LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY.
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DNB diploma gets international recognition

It is great to read that the DNB diploma offered by the National Board of Examinations , New Delhi, India has gained recognition in Europe and Middle East. The RCS Edinburgh now recognizes surgeons ...Read More
facebook Twitter Posted by KETAN VAGHOLKAR on Tue, Nov 8, 2011   (24750)

Innovation in medical exams

Medical exams in our country are rapidly decaying in standards. With increase in the number of medical students and acute shortage of clinical material in medical colleges, these exams have become a ...Read More
facebook Twitter Posted by KETAN VAGHOLKAR on Wed, May 11, 2011   (2998)

Laparoscopic incisionla hernia repair:a big surgical stunt.

Laparoscopic incisional hernia repair is a surgical stunt with poor results.   This technique does not address the remanant skin bulge which remains and allows fluid to accumulate.   ...Read More
facebook Twitter Posted by KETAN VAGHOLKAR on Sun, Mar 6, 2011   (3716)

Open surgery is best for hernia

Hernia is a common surgical disorder.It can give rise to complication s if left untreated. Most of them could be life threatening. Hence it happens to be a surgical emergency. Various modalities have...Read More
facebook Twitter Posted by KETAN VAGHOLKAR on Sun, Apr 4, 2010   (4809)

Preparinng for DNB final in General Surgery

DNB exam is highly structured. It is the toughest exam in our country. As aresult many foreign countries recognize this degree.However students dread the practical exams. The failure rate is quite hi...Read More
facebook Twitter Posted by KETAN VAGHOLKAR on Sat, Mar 27, 2010   (8656)

Residency Training in India needs to be Changed

Residency training in surgical specialities is falling short. The products namely the specialists lack adequate technical expertise. Hence the procedures performed by such surgeons is suboptimal caus...Read More
facebook Twitter Posted by KETAN VAGHOLKAR on Sat, Mar 27, 2010   (3669)

Deemed Medical universities a menace to society

Deemed medical universities are a menace to society. Their entry criteria is solely money. The entrance exam has no value. The exams conducted by them are of dubious quality. The Heads of Department ...Read More
facebook Twitter Posted by KETAN VAGHOLKAR on Mon, Mar 1, 2010   (2903)
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