Head, Robotic Surgery; Consultant, Surgical Oncology (Uro Oncology)
MBBS, MS(Gen Surgery), MCh(Urology), DNB(Genito Urinary Surgery), Uro-Oncology fellowship (Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai), Fellowship in Minimal access Robotic surgery (USA)
Complex Uro-oncology surgeries, Minimal access surgeries, Robotic surgeries, Open Surgery including complex procedures involving large blood vessels and Retroperitoneal masses.
Robotic Uro-Oncology Surgeries, Robotic Radical Prostatectomy, Robotic Partial/Total Nephrectomy, Robotic Radical Cystectomy and Intracorporeal Ileal Conduit/ Neobladder, Robotic Adrenalectomy, Robotic Inguinal Lymph Node Dissection, Open, Laparoscopic surgeries and Management of cancer of Penis, Prostate, Kidney, Bladder, Testis, Adrenal gland and Retroperitoneal Tumors
Dr T B Yuvaraja received his undergraduate (MBBS) and postgraduate (MS, General Surgery) degrees from Mysore University. After Residency in Urology (MCh, DNB Urology) at Sir JJ Hospital and Grant Medical College, Mumbai, he completed his Fellowship in Uro-Oncology at the prestigious Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai. Then he worked as Associate Professor and Consultant Uro-Oncologist at Tata Memorial Hospital. He currently serves Head, Robotic Surgery and Uro-Onco Surgeon at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai.
He has received various International and National Fellowships. The Chakraborty Fellowship in Robotic Surgery offered by the Indian American Urological Association which he did at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas, USA, the Detroit Fellowship and the Hargobind Fellowship at MSKCC, New York, USA
He has participated as a Principal Investigator in 8 Clinical Trials addressing important clinical questions like the role of therapeutic and prophylactic groin node dissection in clinically N 0 stage in cases of Cancer Penis. He has also been involved as a co-investigator in 16/20 basic and advanced Clinical Trials.
He is one of the Associate Editors of the Indian Journal of Urology. Dr Yuvaraja has published over 45 articles in International and, 43 in National Journals and 2 Book Chapters. He has been a peer reviewer for The Indian Journal of Urology and the Indian Journal of Surgical Oncology. He has been invited over 300 times to give Lectures, be a panellist in various scientific meetings and presented his work as papers and videos in over 22 International and 100 National Meetings.
He was one of 20 members of the prestigious International Consultation on Urological Diseases (ICUD) which is an International Committee to create guidelines for management of penile cancer. He has presented Scientific Papers and Posters in various International and National Conferences organized by the American Urology Association, Asian Congress of Urology and so on.
He is one of the founder member and secretary of Robotic Urology Forum, which is a national society of robotic urologists of India. He is instruments in organising various scientific meetings about urological cancers and robotic surgery. He is teacher for diplomate of national board teacher training urologists and also fellowship director for robotic urology fellowships.
He has been invited as guide and proctor to mento robotic surgeries in various hospitals in India.
He has been associated for training a number of new doctors in robotic surgery as well as doing proctorships/mentorships in new hospitals who acquire the Da Vinci Robot.
Dr T B Yuvaraja has performed over 8000 Major and Supramajor Uro-Oncology Surgeries at Kokilaben Hospital including over 2100 Robotic Surgeries with excellent outcomes. He was instrumental in setting up the Robotic Surgery Program at the Hospital in June 2012 and Second state of the art Xi Robot in 2017.
He has performed over 1005 Robotic Radical Prostatectomies with an average blood loss of around 100 ml (international benchmark 100-200ml), The 6 month Potency Rates are 68% (international benchmark 54 -70%) and 12 month Potency Rates are 88% (international benchmark 62- 92%). The Urinary Continence rates are 92 % at 6 months (international benchmark 70-95%).
He has performed over 950 Radical and Partial Nephrectomies by Open, Laparoscopic and Robotic methods (310 - surgeries) with a perioperative mortality of 0% ( international benchmark 0-1.2%) and morbidity of 3% ( international benchmark 2-5%).
360 patients have undergone Radical Cystectomy (Removal of Urinary Bladder for Cancer) with Studer Neo Bladder or Ileal Conduit done by Open and Robotic (240 cases) methods with mortality of 1-2% and morbidity of 10%. He is credited with doing the highest number of Robotic Radical Cystectomies and Intracorporeal Urinary Diversion in India. He has a special interest in managing Cancer Penis and Testis and has treated more than 450 such cases by both open and robotic method.
His work on Robotic Inguinal Lymph Node Dissection for Cancer Penis has been presented at the Annual Conference of The American Urology Association in 2013.
Dr. Yuvaraja has 24 research projects to his credit. He has 88 publications in National & International Journals.
Mangal Day to you! I I underwent Nephrectomy operation on my left side Kidney. I was a Kokilaben Hospital from Aug 25th to 30th Aug 2020. The operation was performed by Dr. Shri. Yuvaraja. The Doctors, Nurses and other staff were taking care we...
My father ( Musa Shaikh ) was diagnosed with Prostate Enlargement and was operated by Dr Yuvaraja T.B.
The overall experience with Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital has been extremely great and worth acknowledging..
I met you at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital,Mumbai along with my co-brother & other family members. After going through test reports & physical examination it was diagnosed that I have localized CA Prostate.
Dear Ms. Tina Ambani
My name is Dr. Chandrashekhar Suvarna and I was recently diagnosed with early prostrate carcinoma. I was referred by Dr. Hemant Vadeyar, a surgeon who works at your esteemed hosp...
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Publication/Talk Title : Current Update of Management of Clinical Stage I Non Seminomatous Germ Cell Tumors of Testis
Journal Published : Indian Journal of Surgical Oncology
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Publication/Talk Title : Organ Preservation Surgery for Carcinoma of Penis
Journal Published : Indian Journal of Surgical Oncology
|3||25||Center for Cancer||International||Download|
Publication/Talk Title : Genitourinary cancers: Summary of Indian data
Journal Published : South Asian Journal of Cancer
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Publication/Talk Title : Robotic Adrenalectomy for Sigmoid Colon Cancer Oligometastasis
Journal Published : The Annals of Translational Medicine
|Disease||No. of Cases Treated||International Success Rate||KDAH Success Rate|
|Robotic Radical Prostatectomy- Cancer Prostate||1005||80-90%||82-92%|
|Robotic Partial Nephrectomy – Cancer Kidney||365||95-98%||96-98%|
|Robotic Radical Nephrectomy- Cancer Kidney||274||90-98%||95-87%|
|Robotic radical cystectomy with ileal conduit and neobladder (Cancer Bladder)||234||75-85%||80-82%|
|Robotic Inguinal LND for Ca Penis||33||85-95%||92%|
|Robotic RPLND, Partial Cystectomy, Retroperitoneal Tumors||85||85-98%||97%|
|Open /Laparoscopic surgeries for kidney, prostate, bladder cancer||4250||70-98%||80-90%|
|Penile and Testes Cancer||350||70-98%||80-95%|
Mrs. XYZ, a 52 years old female suffering from chronic kidney disease for a long time was found to have tumour in her kidney. She was advised removal of the tumour bearing kidney which put her into the risk of permanent dialysis in the future by open surgery. The outcome of the surgery with respect to permanent dialysis shocked her and went into depression. After multiple consultations she came to us where she underwent thorough evaluation. We advised her to undergo robotic partial nephrectomy which can save the kidney with minimal pain and scarring by robotic method. She underwent surgery in a minimally invasive way using the robot where only the tumour was removed saving the remaining kidney. She recovered well with no risk of future dialysis. After one year of surgery she is healthy with stable kidney function and enjoying an active life.
Mr. ABC, a 48years old smoker with complaints of blood in urine was investigated and found to have a tumour in his bladder. At his home town, as the tumor was very big, he was advised removal of his bladder surgically by oprn technique which would have also resulted in decreasing his sexual function and a permanent urinary opening (stoma) on his abdomen with urine collecting bag. The patient was devastated with the idea of losing potency at such a young age. When he came to us we evaluated him and he underwent surgery in a minimally invasive way using the robot in the form of robotic radical cystectomy and reconstructing entire new bladder with intestine.. The patient did recover well after the surgery and recovered his potency in 3 months to lead an active family life. He passes urine in a normal way and has no opening on his abdomen and his body image is preserved. He is extremely happy now.