A great human being Dr. Avanish Arora is a soft-spoken & very hard working is easily amongst the Best Urologist in Mumbai. He is a brilliant surgeon with great humility. thanks to his skills, a lot of patients gets a benefit from various urological disorders.
Dr. Avanish Arora is working as a Consultant Urologist in Mumbai at SevenHills Hospital, Mumbai. He is practicing since last 10 years in Mumbai.
As the practice of Urology and Andrology is constantly changing, the cornerstone of good Urological and Andrological care remains that of mutual understanding, respect and trust between the patient and the Urologist. Our aim is to offer the best Urological & Andrological treatment in Mumbai for our patients suffering from Kidney stones, Ureteric stone, Bladder stone, Enlargement of Prostate, Bladder Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Erectile Dysfunction amongst other Urinary Disease.
A medical graduate from Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital, Mumbai, Dr. Avanish Arora went on to do his MS in General Surgery from Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai and his MCh in Urology also from Mumbai University. He is a Diplomate of National Board in Genitourinary Surgery and General surgery
MS ( Master of Surgery )
DNB ( Diplomate of National Board )
MCh ( Master of Chirurgiae )
MNAMS ( Member of National Academy of Medical Sciences )
MRCS ( Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons ) (UK)
Designation: Consultant in Urology
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A medical graduate from Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital, Mumbai, Dr Avanish Arora went on to do his MS in General Surgery from Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai and his MCh in Urology also from Mumbai University. He is a Diplomate of National Board in Genitourinary Surgery and General surgery and has done his MRCS from the