Mrs Madhavi Muralidharan MGM Healthcare Chennai

Mrs Madhavi Muralidharan

Thu, 28 Liver Diseases Oncology

Metastatized Stage 4 Colorectal Cancer

Mrs Madhavi Muralitharan had been diagnosed with Stage 4 Colorectal Cancer that had metastasized to the liver. She had 9 tumours occupying a major part of her liver. Such extensive tumour, generally requires multiple surgeries to remove. At MGM Healthcare, Dr Thiagarajan S, Director, Institute of Liver Diseases, Transplant & HPB Surgery, and his team decided to perform a complex, innovative and multimodal surgery to remove all 9 tumours in a single surgery. Before performing the surgery, a 3D reconstruction of the liver and the tumours was done along with the Radiology team to familiarise the approach of the surgery. She underwent post-operative biological tumour antibody therapy and cancer chemotherapy for 6 months.

After 8 months of rigourous follow-up, we are happy to report that the patient is in remission with no detectable tumours, confirmed with a PET-CT scan. Mrs Madhavi has also managed to gain back her weight and is now able to lead a normal and healthy life. Her son expresses his gratitude to MGM for providing all-round care. Mrs Madhavi thanks Dr Thiagarajan and the entire team of oncologists.

The Institute of liver Diseases, Transplant & HPB Surgery at MGM Healthcare is a one-stop destination for all diseases of the liver, pancreas, biliary tree and intestines. The state-of-the-art highly advanced institute has more than 100 highly qualified professionals providing round the clock highest standard of services. We endeavour to keep doing more, better.

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