Dr. Quazi Ahmad
Consultant - Plastic Surgery
MBBS, MS (Surgery), DNB (Surgery), MRCS (EDINBURGH), MCh (Plastic Surgery), MNAMS
- Visiting fellow to Changung Memorial Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
- Visiting fellow to plastic surgery department, Tokyo University, Japan
Aesthetic Surgery of Face, Liposuction and Body Contouring Surgery, Breast Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery, Micro Vascular Surgery and Hair Transplantation
Dr. Quazi Ghazwan Ahmad is a plastic surgeon, with ten years of experience, has a vast experience in micro vascular surgery. His areas of special interest include cosmetic plastic surgery of face (face lift or rhytidectomy), eyelid cosmetic surgery (blepharoplasty), rhinoplasty, otoplasty (reshaping of ears), dimple creation, removal of double chin and neck contouring surgery. He performs all types of cosmetic breast surgery (mammaplasty) including Breast augmentations (breast implant/boob job), Reduction mammoplasty (breast reduction), Breast lift or tightening (Mastopexy), Breast reconstruction after removal of breast as cancer management. He regularly performs body contouring surgery like liposuction, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck surgery), thigh, buttock and arm lift. He has acquired special training in hair transplantation. He performs hair transplantation by both the popular technique of hair transplant namely strip harvest (FUT technique) or the stitch less technique of Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE technique) by the specially designed powered blunt punches.
He has ten years of experience in the field of plastic surgery. Earlier he was a part of medical team at:
- Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai
- Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, UP
- Thirty publications in international and national peer reviewed journals
- Member of Association of Plastic Surgeons of India
- Member of Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh UK
- Member of Breast Reconstruction Awareness Group, India
- Member of National Academy of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
- Member of Association of Reconstructive Microsurgeons of India
- Member of Association of Plastic Surgeons of Maharashtra
Just back after spending a day at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital & Medical Research Institute. Dr. Quazi Ghazwan Ahmad performed a surgery on me.Wanted to thank you for everything.
Dr. Quazi is a real asset for the hospital. Not only is a great at his job, but is a wonderful compassionate human being ... his kindness and warm demeanour is of "real" value to the patient since it takes care of all the anxiety. We were in Room 14 on the 14th Floor ... Every member of the staff was very very helpful.
Please do congratulate the management of the hospital for running such a tight ship.
Thank you once again.
Dr. Manish Pruthi, Dr Ahmad Quazi, Dr Tanu Singhal: 2. Allograft-vascularized fibula composite for infected non union femur
A 25yr old patient from Yemen had presented to us with an infection and non union in his right femur (thigh bone). He had a history of Ewings sarcoma (malignant bone tumour) in this bone and was treated with radiation and chemotherapy 9 yrs back. He had infection in the bone post treatment and had multiple surgical procedures at various hospitals till now but was not able to walk and had a persistent discharge from his thigh. He was advised amputation outside in view of multiple failed surgeries and persistent infection.
At presentation, he had a dead bone in middle of thigh with an infection. He was planned for the staged surgeries, first to settle the infection and 2nd stage for the reconstruction.
In the first stage, the dead bone was removed, wound was debrided and a vacuum assisted dressing was applied and appropriate antibiotics were started after discussion with the infection control team of the hospital. Patient wound settled after 8 weeks of the treatment.
2nd stage was a challenging reconstruction in view of a gap in the bone of >15cm, osteoporotic and deformed bone and history of infection. After thorough counselling, patient was planned for the reconstruction of the defect. Complex reconstruction using a long plate, his leg bone with its blood supply (vascularised fibula) and an allograft bone from the tissue bank was done. His postoperative course was again complicated by infection but it settled after debridement and antibiotics.
Now the patient is more than 15 months post surgery, there is no infection and he is able to walk on his both lower limbs.