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Basic And Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries
Gone are the days when surgeons had given large incisions for performing all the Abdominal surgeries. Laparoscopy involves performing abdominal surgeries through small holes in the abdomen.Basic Laparoscopy involves Appendectomy ,Cholecystectomy(Gall Bladder removal),Hernia repairs.Advanced laparoscopy involves Gastro-Intestinal surgeries ,Esophageal surgeries,Diaphragmatic Surgeries,Bariatric and Hepato-Biliary surgeries.
GI Cancer Surgery
Surgeries pertaining to Stomach and Intestinal cancers like Gastrectomies,Colectomies,Abdomino-Perineal resection,Anterior resection.
Surgery to parotid gland usually involving remova lof a tumor in the superficial lobe is called a superficial parotidectomy. Total Parotidectomy icludes removal of total parotid gland when the tumor is locate din the depp lobe.The two lobes are separated by the facial nerve. Treating parotid gland tumors requires great precision on the part of surgeon because the facial nerve is nearby.
Gall bladder Surgery
Hernia is a condition where the abdominal organs get protruded out through a weakness or defect in the abdominal wall.Depending o the location where they are present ,they are classified accordingly in to Inguinal,femoral,umbilical etc.Surgery can be done by laparoscopy or by traditional method.The Intestines are placed back in to the abdomen and the defect will be repaired with a mesh.
Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery
Most of the surgical disorders fall in this category which include Haemorrhoids,Fistulas,Fissure ,Peri Anal Abscess,
Liver Surgeries are very complex and requires extensive skill and experience.Less fatal diseases like Hydatid cysts,Complex Livers abscess have excellent recovery.
Pancreatic surgeries are very challenging and performed by very selective group of surgeons.Pancreatectomies,whipples procedure,Pancreato-Jejunostomies are the commonly performed Pancreatic surgeries.
Most of the breast related disorders are managed conservatively.However large breast lumps,breast abscess require surgery.Breast cancer is one of the commonest cancers compared to cancers from other organs.if it is diagnosed and treated early,it has good prognosis.
Depending on the type of tumour and the location the patient may require a part or the total thyroid gland to be removed.Care need to be taken to preserve the nerves supplying the vocal cords.
Management of Varicose Veins
Damage to the valves in the legs leads to accumilation of blood in the veins and engorgement of the veins.small thread veins can be managed by sclerotherapy while Large veins need surgery.Various ablation techniques can be done for cosmetic reasons.Delay in the presentation to the doctor can lead to irreversible damage to the skin of the leg and ulceration.
Diabetic Foot Management
A diabetic foot is a foot that exhibits any pathology that results directly from diabetes mellitus or any long-term (or “chronic”) complication of diabetes mellitus. … Due to the peripheral nerve dysfunction associated with diabetes (diabetic neuropathy), patients have a reduced ability to feel pain.There are increased chances of getting wounded,infected and delayed healing.Such conditions may require minor debridement or major limb amputations.
Management of Burns Patients
A multi modality approach is required for management of burns patients.The role of instensivist becomes vital for management of larger surface area burns.Regular dressings and debridements and several staged procedures may be required.
Abdominal Trauma Injuries
surgical management of abdominal injuries requires lot of exposure ,composure and experience.High index of suspicion and presence of mind is required during surgery because trauma injuries do not follow a particular pattern and are usually multiple.
Diagnostic and Therapeutic EndoScopy
Therapeutic endoscopy is the medical term for an endoscopic procedure during which treatment is carried out via the endoscope. This contrasts with diagnostic endoscopy, where the aim of the procedure is purely to visualize the upper GI tract which involves esophagus,stomach and duodenum.