Dr. Sitaram Prasad

Dr. Sitaram Prasad
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon, Mumbai

MBBS, MS, DNB

  • 2 Hospitals
  • 29 Years Experience
  • Practicing as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon for the past 25 yrs
  • Has performed over 250 Microsurgical procedures including Toe to Thumb transfers and free tissue transfers including Skin, Muscle and Bone
  • Special interest in Hand Surgery, Micro-vascular surgery, Cleft lip/Palate & Graft take  & its physiology
  • Does Face Lifts, Rhinoplasties(Nose Shaping), Blepaharoplasties (Eye lid fat reduction), Breast Augmentations and Reductions, Abdominoplasties and Liposuction of various areas alongwith Hair Transplantations on a regular basis

Specialities

  • Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

Expertise

Education

  • MBBS from T.N. Medical College and B.Y.L. Nair Hospital, Mumbai, India, 1974
  • MS (General Surgery) from T. N. Medical College and B.Y.L. Nair Hospital, Mumbai, India, 1978
  • MS (Plastic Surgery) from T. N. Medical College and B.Y.L. Nair Hospital, Mumbai, India, 1982
  • DNB (Plastic Surgery) from T. N. Medical College and B.Y.L. Nair Hospital, Mumbai, India, 1984

Practice Information

Fortis Hospitals, Mulund

Fortis Hospitals, Mulund

Mulund Goregaon Link Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400078

Joy Hospital, Mumbai

Joy Hospital, Mumbai

Near Sandu Garden, 423 A/B,10th Road, Chembur East, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400071

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Best Resident of the year, 1979-'80Glaxo Award for Original Research in Plastic Surgery, 1983
  • De-epithelialised Abdominal flaps for extensive forearm cover:  Ind. Pract., 38:83, 1985.
  • Extravasation of Intravenous Fluids: Early Management and treatment of sequelae: Paed. Clin. Of India 19:11, 1984.
  • Insidious erosion of a digit by a ring: J. Hand Surg. 11:269, 1986.
  • A manoeuvre to cover exposed metal using a de-epithelialised "turn over" fasciocutaneous flap:  Br. J. Plast. Surg. 38:223, 1985.
  • Use of de-epithelialised "turn over" flaps in the hand: Br. J. Plast. Surg. 35: 293, 1985.
  • Radical muscle mobilisation in surgical repair of the unilateral cleft lip: a follow up report: Br. J. Plast. Surg. 37: 296, 1984.
  • The effects of Desferroxamine on Lipid Peroxidation and survival of ischaemic island flaps in rats: Br. J. Plast. Surg. 42: 565, 1989.
  • Delay of large full thickness grafts prior to transfer as a means of improving their take: 19th Annual Conference, APSI.
  • The Anterior Tibial Artery Flap - A report of 7 cases: 23rd Conference, APSI.
  • Salvage of the Completely Degloved Hand using the Lat. Dorsi Free Flap: 2nd All India Microsurgical Conference, ISRM 2006