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Showing 80 top Doctors for Myeloma in Karachi

Also known as Otolaryngologists or Male Physician and some other...

97% 56 patients

Dr. Amna Masood

MBBS, FCPS (Medical Oncology)

Oncologist

12 years experience
Under 15 min wait
100% 12 patients

Dr. Saiqa Sattar

M.B.B.S, F.C.P.S

Oncologist

8 years experience
Under 15 min wait
97% 67 patients

Dr. Sabir Hussain

MBBS, American Board of Oncology & Hematology

Oncologist, Hematologist

27 years experience
15 - 30 min wait

Dr. Sabir Hussain

MBBS, American Board of Oncology & Hematology

Oncologist, Hematologist

27 years experience
15 - 30 min wait
100% 3 patients

Dr. Tayyaba Saleem

MBBS, Ex. Resident FCPS (Oncology)

Oncologist

8 years experience
Under 15 min wait

Dr. Tayyaba Saleem

MBBS, Ex. Resident FCPS (Oncology)

Oncologist

8 years experience
Under 15 min wait
100% 24 patients

Dr. Syed Amir Maqbool

MBBS, FCPS, MS

Oncologist

14 years experience
Under 15 min wait
100% 3 patients

Dr. Noor Muhammad Soomro

M.B.B.S., M.C.P.S

Oncologist

25 years experience
15 - 30 min wait
100% 2 patients

Dr. Saeed Ahmed

MBBS, Diploma in Hematology, MS (Transfusion Medicine)

Hematologist, Oncologist

25 years experience

What is Myeloma?

Multiple myeloma is a cancer that forms in a type of white blood cell called a plasma cell. When symptoms occur, they can include bone pain, especially in your spine or chest, nausea, constipation, loss of appetite, mental fogginess, or confusion, fatigue, frequent infections, weight loss, weakness, or numbness in your legs excessive thirst.

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Multiple myeloma is a cancer that forms in a type of white blood cell called a plasma cell. When symptoms occur, they can include bone pain, especially in your spine or chest, nausea, constipation, loss of appetite, mental fogginess, or confusion, fatigue, frequent infections, weight loss, weakness, or numbness in your legs excessive thirst.