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Prof. Dr. M Naseem Baloch

Prof. M. Naseem Baloch received his basic education from his native village Shahrak, Baluchistan, and his Intermediate Science examination from Govt. Degree College, Turbat in 1980. He completed his MBBS at Bolan Medical College, Quetta in 1987. He started Post Graduate, Surgical Training at Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC), Karachi in 1990.

Prof. Baloch achieved his FCPS in General Surgery from the College Of Physician and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP), Karachi in March 1993. Presently working as an Associate Professor of Surgery at JPMC, Karachi.

Prof. Baloch started his career as a Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgeon in 1994, since then he has been performing (In addition to General Surgery) Thyroid, Parathyroid surgeries and Neck Dissection for Thyroid cancers at JPMC, South City Hospital and Institute of Surgery and Medicine(ISM) in Karachi. Currently, he is the Head of the Department of Endocrine and General Surgery Department of JPMC, where he performs surgeries, especially for huge Goitres and advanced Thyroid Cancers.

To improve his surgical skills and knowledge, Prof. Baloch traveled and visited different hospitals internationally like Korea, Japan, the USA, France, and Sri Lanka. He organized Six Annual Surgical Endocrine Weeks at JPMC, Karachi from the year 2013 – 2019. The invited master trainers were from Korea, France, the USA, and England. They performed live surgeries and demonstrations in Thyroid, Parathyroid, and adrenal glands.

Prof. Baloch is a member of the following societies:

  • Permanent Registered Supervisor for training FCPS trainees in General Surgery from 24th July 2008.
  • Examiner FCPS II General Surgery.
  • Permanent Registration With P.M.D.C( Pakistan Medical & Dental Council) No. 1198-B
  • Lifetime Member of the Society of Surgeons, Pakistan.
  • Lifetime member of the Society of Gastroenterology, Pakistan.
  • Lifetime member of the Pakistan Medical Association. No 10799.
  • Lifetime member of the Asian Association of Endocrine Surgeons (A.A.E.S)
  • Lifetime member of the Asian Pacific Society of Thyroid Surgery

Prof. Baloch has attended and participated in the following international conferences regarding endocrine surgeries:

  • 10th Annual Surgical Site Infection 10th December,2005-BANGKOK
  • 20th World Congress international society for digestive surgery Rome 29th -2nd Dec 2006 Italy.
  • Conjoint Scientific congress 6-7 May, 2007 Hong Kong.
  • 11th Congress of Asian Federation of colo-proctology 20-22 Sep.2007 Tokyo Japan
  • Gastro-Intestinal Oncology Oct 8-11,2008 Istanbul, Turkey
  • 14th International Thyroid Congress Sep 11-16 2010 Paris, France.
  • Two weeks thyroid surgery training 9-24 Aug 212 in Seoul Korea
  • 10th Asia and Oceania Thyroid Association Congress 21-24 Oct 2012  in Bali Indonesia
  • Participated in the 14th Biennial Congress Of The Asian Association Of Endocrine Surgeons. 13th to 15th March 2014. Negombo, Sri Lanka.
  • 15th international thyroid congress October 18 -23, 2015 Florida USA.
  • 1st Congress of Asia Pacific Society of thyroid surgery 18-20th November 2015, Seoul Korea.

Prof. Baloch has the following publications regarding Thyroid and Parathyroid diseases:

  • Frequency of hypocalcemia following total thyroidectomy, published in Pakistan Journal of medical sciences, January 2019, vol: 35 No.1, 262-265.
  • Surgical Approach to Retrosternal Goiter, Published in Journal of Surgery Pakistan (International) 23 (3) July – September 2018.
  • Transient hypocalcemia in Total versus Near-total thyroidectomy, Journal of Surgery Pakistan (International) 2017 Sept 22(3): 87-91.
  • Frequency of hypocalcemia following total thyroidectomy, published in Pakistan Journal of medical sciences, January 2019, vol: 35 No.1, 262-265.
  • Prophylactic central neck dissection in papillary carcinoma thyroid, a 14 years experience published in Pakistan Journal of  Surgery.pakJ surg2016;32(3):126-129
  • The outcome of a comparative study between ultrasonic harmonic scalpel versus conventional hemostasis in open thyroidectomy published in Pakistan Journal of  Surgery.pakJ surg2016;32(2):62-65
  • Role of Surgery in Management of Graves’ Diseases, An Eleven-year Experience;

Published in Pakistan Journal of Surgery.pakJ2014; 30(2): 110-114.

  • Bilateral Neck Exploration For primary Hyperthyroidism; A Surgical experience; Published in Pakistan Journal of Surgery Issue-4 Oct-Dec, 2009, 221-223.
  • Contribution Of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology (FNAC) In the Diagnosis of Malignant Thyroid Nodule.Pak. j of surgery Vol.24 issue.119-21 2008.
  • Rationale Of Near Total Thyroidectomy In Patients With Multinodular Goitre.Pak. J of Surgery Vol.23, Issue-3, 2007; 177-179.
  • Completion Thyroidectomy; relation of timing with complications
  • “Surgical Management Of Hyper Parathyroidism” JCSP 2007, vol.17 (II) 683-685.
  •  “Management Of Non-Traumatic Ileal Perforations” Dissertation for the fellowship of College of Physicians & Surgeons Pakistan 1992.

Prof. Dr. Naseem Baloch
Consultant General and Thyroid Surgeon

Wednesday, and Friday

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

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