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Dr. Mukesh Ahir
Consultant - Urology & Renal Transplant Surgeon
M.B.B.S - Surat Municipal Institute of Medical Education and Research, Surat M.S. General Surgery, Gold Medalist - Government Medical college, Surat MCH Urology- B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad Research fellowship in Liver Transplantation- Apollo Hospital Delhi. Research fellowship in Kidney Transpl
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Hindi, English , Gujarati
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Morning Timing
10:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Evening Timing
04:00 PM - 07:00 PM

Dr. Mukesh Ahir is a Consultant Urology, Robotic and Kidney Transplant Surgeon, who predominantly employs minimally invasive surgery techniques like-

  • -Robotic or Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy for kidney Cancer.
  • -Nerve-Sparing Robotic Prostatectomy for Prostate Cancer.
  • -Laparoscopic Donor Nephrectomy
  • -Robotic, Laparoscopic or Laser Management of Upper Tract Urothelial Cancers.
  • -PCNL (Percutaneous - tiny incision via the skin) for large kidney stones.
  • -Endoscopic Laser Fragmentation of Kidney Stones (RIRS).
  • -Laser Prostatic surgery (Holep/ Thulep)
  • -Assessment and therapies to prevent further stones forming.

  • Dr. Mukesh Ahir cares for patients with all aspects of urology, however his areas of particular interest are Kidney Transplantation surgery, kidney, prostate and urothelial cancer, kidney stones and prostate laser surgery, Urethral reconstructive surgery, female Urology.

  • Dr. Mukesh Ahir completed a 2-year Kidney and Liver transplantation fellowship at the Apollo hospital Delhi,(2011-2013). After his training he joined Apollo Hospital Delhi as a Associate consultant in kidney transplant surgery. He has a total 10 years of experience in transplantation and more than 1000 Renal Transplantation surgery exposure

Dr. Mukesh Ahir is also an expert in robotic surgery of the prostate for prostate cancer, having trained in a high volume Laparoscopic and robotics cancer centre. He can offer cutting edge techniques in nerve sparing robotic prostate surgery, and surgery in locally advanced aggressive prostate cancer. ??In kidney cancer, Dr. Mukesh Ahir prefers employing keyhole surgery for the majority of patients. In particular he is a strong proponent of laparoscopic or Robotic Partial Nephrectomy. This is where only the cancerous lump is removed - not the entire kidney, and all performed through small incisions. The benefits of keyhole surgery include faster recovery, reduced hospital stay, lower incidence of wound infection, less risk of transfusion, quicker return to work.??Finally his expertise also lies in the management of kidney stones. He can offer treatment for stones, endoscopically (Holmium Laser), percutaneously and/or laparoscopically/Robotically.


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