Dr. Lalit Panchal

Dr. Lalit Panchal
Orthopedic Surgeon, Mumbai

MBBS, MS, D. Ortho

  • 2 Hospitals
  • Worked as Lecturer in orthopaedics & Traumatology for last 3.6 years with specialized training in spinal surgery & Trauma
  • Teaching Experience recognized by University of Bombay

Specialities

  • Orthopedic Surgery

Expertise


Education

  • MBBS from University of Bombay
  • MS Orthopaedics from University Bombay, 1994
  • D’ortho from C.P.S. – Bombay, 1994
  • F.C.P.S.: Orthopaedics C.P.S –Bombay
  • D.N.B. [Diplomate of National Board] New Delhi, 1994

Practice Information

Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Chembur

Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Chembur

Sunder Baug, Ujagar Compound, Trombay Road, Opp. Deonar Bus Depot Main Gate Off. Sion, Deonar, Chembur, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400088

Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Tardeo

Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Tardeo

Famous Cine Lab, Pt. M.M Malviya Road, Tardeo, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400034

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Combined Dorso- Ventral Spinal Stabilization & long segment spinal
  • Stabilization in Traumatic dorso-lumbar spine -comparison
  • Sliding plate /Interlocking plate
  • Utility of 3D ct in complex Trauma
  • Interlocking Nailing without using image intensifier
  • Analysis of 20 cases of subtroch Fractures of the femur treated by 95 Degree Angled Blade plate, Bombay Hospital Journal January1994
  • Krukenberg Amputation in a triple amputee –A case report, Bombay Hospital Journal
  • Solitary exotosis of the first metacarpal, Bombay Hospital Journal
  • Complex Floating Knee –Use of the Sliding plate
  • Original Clinical Work Bombay Hospital Journal
  • Disappearing L5 Vertebra ---A case Report –Bombay Hospital Journal
  • Results of 20 cases of Distal Femoral Fractures treated by condylar plate, Bombay Hospital Journal
  • Diaphragmatic palsy following anterior approach to cervical spine –A case report, Bombay Hospital Journal