An oncologist is a cancer doctor who is responsible for diagnosing and treating cancer. There are many different specialists in the field of oncology spending upon the type of cancer.
What is Oncology?
Oncology is the field of medicine that deals with the study, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer.
A medical specialist who specializes in the field of cancer or oncology is known as “Oncologist”, “Cancer doctor”, “Oncology Doctor”, “Medical Oncologist” “Cancer Surgeon” or “Cancer Specialist”. Oncologists are further categorized into different specialities of oncology as per their specialization.
An oncologist would diagnose and treat cancer using the medication, chemotherapy, radiations, targeted immunotherapy, and would also provide primary healthcare to the people suffering from cancer to manage their overall treatment. Cancer treatment requires a different group of doctors so you would see different types of oncologists during treatment.
An oncologist would devise a patient-specific treatment plan after the pathology reports and other tests which would highlight the type of cancer a person is suffering from, how much cancer has developed, and which organ or part of the body is involved.
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If your doctor suspects that you are suffering from cancer then your doctor would suggest you visit an oncologist. Your physician would confirm this by your blood test reports, CT scans report, and MRI. If the results of your test reports show you have cancer then the physician would recommend you to an oncologist for the proper treatment.
Oncologist, on the first appointment, would do some more tests such as a physical exam, blood test, biopsies, or other imaging tests. This test is necessary to pinpoint the type and the progressive stage of cancer and treatment options for the patients. An oncologist may also recommend a patient to other cancer specialist doctors as a part of the best cancer treatment plan. The type of treatment varies from person to person.
Services by Healthwire Oncologists
The services and treatments offered by our oncologists are the diagnosis and treatments of the following cancers:
Blood Cancer (Leukemia)
Colon and Rectal Cancer
Head and Neck Cancer
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An Oncologist in Pakistan is a licensed medical healthcare practitioner, having a Doctorate degree, further specialization in the field of Cancer (Oncology) by a recognized university and then a residency in specialized fields of oncology.
Pakistan has many top qualified Oncologists who are best in their field and are practising in various clinics and hospitals all over Pakistan. In order to help you, Healthwire is providing you with easy access to Pakistan’s Best Oncologists. You can find the complete list of both male and female oncologists all over Pakistan with their detailed information of expertise, practising location, and timings.
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Frequently Asked Questions
An oncologist is a medical specialist who is responsible for diagnosing, treating, preventing, and providing follow-up of cancer using the medication, chemotherapy, radiations, targeted immunotherapy. A cancer specialist would also provide primary healthcare to the people suffering from cancer to manage their overall treatment.
If your general physician suspects that you are suffering from cancer then your doctor would suggest you visit an oncologist. Your physician would confirm this by your blood test reports, CT scans report, and MRI. If the results of your test reports show you have cancer then the physician would recommend you to an oncologist for the proper treatment.
An oncologist and haematologist are not the same things. Their work may overlap but an oncologist specializes in the field of cancer or oncology. Oncology covers all types of cancer while haematology deals with the diseases and cancer related to the blood. But a haematologist and an oncologist work together when a person is suffering from cancer-related to blood. Some medical specialists are also certified in both oncology and haematology.