Visiting Consultant

General, Hepatopancreatobiliary And Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeon

DR MANISEKAR K. SUBRAMANIAM

DR MANISEKAR

Education and Fellowship:
MBBS (MAL), FRCS (Ed.), CMIA FELLOW OF HPB AND LIVER TRANSPLANT
SURGERY (BRISBANE) FELLOW MINIMAL ACCESS SURGERY (INDIA)

Specialty:
Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery including Advanced Laparoscopy and Endoscopy.

Languages:
Malay, English, Tamil

Email:
drmanisekar@hotmail.com

Dermatology

Caring for your skin
The skin is your largest organ, providing crucial protection for your blood, flesh, veins, internal organs, bones and muscles. Skin problems do not only cause physical discomfort but can also be emotionally distressing. Skin problems ought to be treated early before more severe disfigurements and scarring happen, which may take longer to heal.

Dermatology or knowledge of skin diseases is a branch of internal medicine. Dermatologist deal with diagnosis and treatment of diseases like allergies of skin, skin acne, skin cancer, psoriasis, skin blisters, skin warts and other problem related to skin, nails hair and scalp. Skin specialists work closely with both physicians and surgeons.

DR TAN WOOI CHIANG

DR TAN

Education and Fellowship:
MD (USM), Dermatology (Glasgow), MRCP (Ireland), AdvMDerm (UKM)

Specialty:
Dermatology & Allergy

Languages:
Malay, English, Chinese

Email:
tanwooichiang@yahoo.com

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

Reconstruction of your face or body for functional or aesthetic reasons
Plastic surgery is not only meant to help people achieve superstar looks; in many cases, patients who seek treatment just want to look ‘normal’. Cases can vary widely, from simple treatments to remove wrinkles and fine lines to comprehensive makeovers to reconstruction procedures following surgery and/or accidents/trauma.

Plastic surgery is a medical specialty concerned with the correction or restoration of form and function. While famous for aesthetic surgery, plastic surgery also includes many types of reconstructive surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, and the treatment of burns. The word “plastic” derives from the Greek plastikos meaning to mould or to shape; its use here is not connected with the synthetic polymer material known as plastic.

DR REGUNATHAN VILLANAYER

DR REGUNATHAN

Education and Fellowship:
MD (USM), FRCS (Ed.)

Specialty:
Plastic Surgeon

Languages:
Malay, English, Tamil

Email:
reguvi@yahoo.com

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