Dr. Sadaf Ishaque is a fellowship trained General Surgeon who joined the Shalamar Hospital in 2015. She obtained her medical degree from Fatima Jinnah Medical College, and completed her general surgery residency at Services Hospital. She completed her breast surgery training for 2 years in Breast Surgery Department, Ittefaq Hospital.
Dr. Sadaf Ishaque is heading One-Stop Breast Clinic in Shalamar Hospital from 2019.
Dr. Sadaf Ishaque is a highly skilled general and breast surgeon. Her passion is empowering of females to be their best selves. She advocates the synergistic use of surgery and minimally invasive techniques. Her practice promotes natural looking results and is proud to offer a holistic, on-going individualized service.
She specializes in all aspects of breast health and the surgical management of complex breast diseases. She sees women and men with newly diagnosed or a previous history of breast cancer, benign breast masses and cysts, abnormal imaging, fibrocystic breast disease, those with genetic susceptibility or at high risk for breast cancer, and many others. Her extensive knowledge of novel and up-to-date treatment modalities for breast cancer is an asset to her practice and her patients. In addition, her technical skills, encompassing nipple-sparing mastectomy, oncoplastic surgery, sentinel lymph node biopsy and other minimally invasive techniques leads to outstanding clinical and aesthetic outcomes for patients.
|FCPS surgery||2010||2015||College of Physician and Surgeons of Pakistan||Lahore/Pakistan|
|M.B.,B.S. /MD||2001||2006||Fatima Jinnah Medical College||Lahore/Pakistan|
|Breast surgery||2018||2020||Ittefaq hospital recognized by CPSP for breast surgery fellowship||Lahore, Pakistan|
|Oncoplastic breast surgery level 1 course||2019||2019||ESSO UK||UK|
|Oncoplastic level 2 course SKMC||2020||2020||Shoukat Khanum Hospital Lahore||Lahore, Pakistan|
|Onestop breast clinic in tertiary hospital||2020||2020||Shalamar institute of health sciences
International radiology conference session chair head
VERTICAL INCISION OR HORIZONTAL INCISION FOR EPIGASTRIC PORT IN LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY: WHAT SHOULD BE THE CHOICE?
- Management Of Major Bile Duct Injury After Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A CASE REPORT
publication date Mar 2017 publication description International Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary Research Vol. 04, Issue 03, pp.2398-2402, March, 2017
- Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in Cirrhotic Patients
Publication date Dec 2016 publication description P J M H S Vol. 10, NO. 4, OCT – DEC 2016
Totally Extra-Peritoneal (TEP) Versus Tension Free Mesh Repair for Inguinal Hernia
Publication date Mar 2016 publication description P J M H S Vol. 10, NO. 1, JAN – MAR 2016
- Comparison between Open and Stapled Haemorrhoidectomy in the treatment of 3rd and 4th Degree Haemorrhoids at Surgical Unit II Shalamar Hospital Lahore
Publication date Dec 2015 publication description Lahore P J M H S Vol. 9, NO. 4, OCT – DEC 2015
- Harmonic Scalpel Versus Electrocautery in Axillary Dissection in Carcinoma Breast
Publication date Dec 2015 publication description. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak. 2015 Dec;25(12):870-
|Lifelong member of society of surgeons of Pakistan (Lahore chapter)||2016||Till now||Society of Surgeons of Pakistan||Pakistan|