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Dr. Manav Suryavanshi

Head

Department

Urology

Qualification

MBBS, MS, Mch, Senior Research Associate, Robotic Scientific Fellow

Dr Manav Suryavanshi is HOD and Senior Consultant Urology, Section Incharge – Uro Oncology & Robotic Surgery at Amrita Hospitals, Faridabad. With more than 18 years of experience, Dr Manav Suryavanshi, (M.Ch Gold Medalist) is amongst the accomplished Uro Oncologist & Robotic Surgeons in India. He has setup one of the first successful Robotic programs in Medanta, Gurugram, India. Dr Manav Suryavanshi offers Urology Cancer surgeries across varied modalities from Robotic to Open surgery to deliver optimal results as per patient needs. Prior to this, Dr Manav Suryavanshi was the Director – Uro Oncology & Robotic Surgery at Medanta – The Medicity, Gurugram, India.

As an astute clinician, and a keen researcher, Dr Manav has more than 20 publications in peer reviewed journals, 3 chapters in books and has delivered more than 50 invited lectures, 100 video presentations, 41 podium presentations, 18 Poster presentations at various national and international forums. His keen interests include cancers of prostate, kidney, urinary bladder, penile, testicular and adrenal masses. Dr Manav Suryavanshi has operated more than 3000 Robotic and laparoscopic surgeries of prostate, kidney, urinary bladder as well as adrenal masses With a committed Uro Oncology Management group including Radiation, Medical Oncology, in house Pathology and Molecular and Cytogenetics facilities; ours is a one stop facility for patient centric individualised comprehensive urological cancer treatment under one roof at Division of Uro-Oncology & Robotic Surgery, Department of Urology, Amrita Hospitals, Faridabad, India

  • MBBS (UCMS & GTBH)
  • MS (MAMC & LNH, Delhi)
  • M.Ch Gold Medalist (SGSMC & KEMH, Mumbai)
  • Senior Research Associate (AIIMS, Delhi)
  • Robotic Scientific Fellow - OLV, Aalst, Belgium
  • Prostate Cancer
  • Kidney Cancer
  • Bladder Cancer
  • Ureteric Cancer
  • Adrenal Masses
  • Testicular and Penile masses/cancers
  • Robotic Urologic Cancer surgeries
  • Robotic Radical Prostatectomy (RARP) for Prostate cancers
  • Robotic Partial (RPN) and Radical Nephrectomies for Kidney masses
  • Robotic Radical Cystectomies (RRC) with Ileal conduits/neobladders (passage of urine from urethra) for Urinary Bladder cancers.
  • Robotic Adrenalectomies for Adrenal Masses
  • Robotic Retroperitoneal Lymph Node dissections (RPLND) for testicular cancers
  • Robotic Inguinal lymph node dissections for Penile cancers
  • TURBT/ Cystoscopic biopsies for Bladder Cancers
  • Channel TURP for Cancer Prostate with Retention of Urine
  • Flexible/Rigid URS biopsies for renal pelvic/ureteric masses
  • Open/Robotic Radical Nephrectomies with Inferior Venacava (IVC) Thrombectomies for Kideny cancer with IVC thrombus
  • High Inguinal Orchidectomies (HIO) for Testicular masses
  • Partial/Total penectomy for Penile cancers
  • Founder Robotic Urology Forum (RUFCON), India
  • Urology Society of India
  • North zone Urology Society of India
  • Mumbai Urology Society
  • ISOT – Indian Society of Organ Transplantation
  1. Awarded Dr Dipak L Kothari Gold Medal for standing First rank in Maharashtra Mch Urology examination, 2006
  2. Founder National Robotic Urological Forum - 2017
  3. Awarded Agra Urology Club first prize for Best Video presentation NZUSICON 2011- Robotic Partial Nephrectomies: The Way 2 Go!
  4. Voted Best paper from India in BJUI in 2016. Comparative testing of reliability and audit utility of ordinal objective calculus complexity scores. Can we make an informed choice yet? BJU Int 2016. Doi:10.1111/bju.13597
  5. Course Director – Structured Hands on Skill Training Program in Robotic Radical Prostatectomy 2017, Medanta Vattikuti Institute of Robotic Surgery, Medanta – The Medicity, Gurugram, Delhi NCR, India
  6. Awarded Agra Urology Club First Prize for Best Video Presentation NZUSICON 2012 - Modified urethrovesical anastomosis with double layered reinforcement of the posterior plate during robot assisted radical prostatectomy.
  7. Awarded Agra Urology Club First Prize for Best Video Presentation NZUSICON 2010 - Managing Parahilar tumors during Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy : Use of hilar dissection and sinus fat plane.
  8. Awarded Agra Urology Club First Prize for Best Video Presentation NZUSICON 2008 - Laparoscopic right donor nephrectomy: Technical nuances.
  9. Awarded First Prize ISOT 2012 - Analysis of renal transplant recipient re exploration in a high volume transplant centre – A plea for early intervention.
  10. Awarded First Prize Vijaywada Poster - Double stitch technique to control inferior epigastric bleed at laparoscopy - USICON 2013.
  1. Predictive factors for lymph node positivity in patients undergoing extended pelvic lymphadenectomy during robot assisted radical prostatectomy. Indian Journal of Urology, Jul Sep 2015, Vol 31, Issue 3.
  2. Voted Best paper from India in BJUI in 2016. Comparative testing of reliability and audit utility of ordinal objective calculus complexity scores. Can we make an informed choice yet? BJU Int 2016. Doi:10.1111/bju.13597
  3. A Rare Case of Synovial Sarcoma of the Prostate. AJU 2009: Vol. 15(3), 203-205.
  4. Management of Renal Mass with venous involvement. IOSR-JDMS.e-ISSN:2279-0853, p-ISSN: 2279-0861. Volume 16, Issue 7 Ver. VIII (July. 2017), PP 27-29
  5. Stepwise case selection using Guy’s Stone score reduces complications during Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Training. Indian J Urol 2017;33:41-7
  6. Contralateral fracture of the penis with concomitant urethral injury — Report of a rare case.African Journal Of Urology 2009: Vol. 15(2), 103-106.
  7. Age, gender and voided volume dependency of peak urinary flow rate & uroflowmetry nomogram in the Indian population. Indian J Urol 2009;25:461-6.
  8. Robot assisted laparoscopic pyeloplasty in patients of ureteropelvic junction obstruction with previously failed open surgical repair. Int J Urol. 2008 Aug;15(8):744-6.
  9. Comparison of standard with tubeless percutaneous nephrolithotomy. J Endourol. 2008 Jul; 22(7):1441-6.
  10. Malakoplakia of the ureter: An unusual case. Indian J Urol. 2008 Apr;24(2):261-2.
  11. Urethral reconstructive surgery: Which catheters are better? Indian J Urol. 2008 Apr; 24(2):272.
  12. “An unusual complication of silver nitrate therapy for chyluria”. Indian J Urol 2007;23:203-204
  13. Emphysematous Cystitis – A rare Case Report. African Journal Of Urology Aug 2005: Vol. 11 (3): 253-255.
  14. Retroperitoneal pyelolithotomy for management of renal calculi. JSLS. 2005 Jan-Mar; 9(1):97-101
  15. Nephroureterectomy with Inferior Vena-caval thrombectomy in post-chemotherapy Wilm’s tumor in a child – From the eyes of the surgeon. Journal of Paediatric Urology, Volume 14, Issue 4, August 2018, Pages 351-352
  16. Robotic Postanastomotic Dismembered Pyeloplasty (PAD) in ectopic pelvic kidney in an adolescent – Technical Nuances. Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques Part B, Videoscopy.
  17. Laparoscopic Postanastomotic Dismembered Pyeloplasty with concomitant Pyelolithotomy: Technical Nuances. Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques Part B, Videoscopy.
  18. Trans-sinus fat laparoscopic partial nephrectomy for parahilar tumors [pg.422]. Indian J Urol 2011July-September;27(3):422.