Gastroenterology/Laparoscopic/General Surgery

Gastroenterology/ Laparoscopic/ General Surgery Hospitals in India

  1. Medanta Hospital, Gurgaon, India
  2. B J Medical College and Sassoon Hospital, Pune
  3. Breech Candy, Mumbai Maharashtra India
  4. Bhatia Hospital, Mumbai Maharashtra
  5. Bombay Hospital and Medical Research Centre
  6. Ruby Hall Clinic, Wanowrie,Pune
  7. D. Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai India
  8. Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai
  9. Jupiter Hospital, Thane Mumbai
  10. Fortis Hospital, Mumbai,Maharashtra, India
  11. Asian Heart Institute and Research Centre, Mumbai
  12. Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai, India
  13. VGM Hospital , Singanallur Coimbatore
  14. Sankara Eye Hospital , Munnekollal, Bengaluru
Gastroenterology

All you need to know about Gastroenterology

What is gastroenterology meaning? Originally, the term ‘gastroenterology’ comprises three words from Ancient Greek origins – ‘gaster,’ meaning ‘stomach,’ ‘enteron’ meaning ‘intestine,’ and ‘logos’ meaning ‘reason.’ It is a sub-branch of medicine that deals with the study of function and disease of the digestive system and liver. The organs studied and investigated include the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestine, pancreas, …

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Organ

List of Top 20 Organ Transplant Surgeons

List of Top 20 Organ Transplant Surgeons. Here is the list of Top 20 Organ Transplant Surgeons.   1.Dr. Mohamed Rela Qualification: MBBS MS FRCS Brief Profile: Dr. Mohamed Rela is a famous surgeon. His expertise in hepatopancreatobiliary surgery and liver transplantation and performed over 3000+ liver transplant surgeries. Successfully he led with a team …

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Debulking surgery

Debulking Surgery for reducing the bulk

Debulking Surgery for reducing the bulk: Procedure Debulking surgery involves the removal of as much tissue as possible. The term debulking itself means to ‘reduce the bulk’ of the tumor. It involves removal of as much as visible tumoral growth as possible, leaving no tumor measuring more than 20mm in diameter. It increases the chances …

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cryosurgery

Cryosurgery: freezing and destroying cancerous cells

Cryosurgery: freezing and destroying cancerous cells Cryosurgery is a type of surgery that involves destroying abnormal tissue with the help of a cooled liquid or an instrument called cryoprobe. A cryoprobe is cooled with substances like liquid nitrogen, liquid nitrous oxide, or compressed nitrogen gas. It generally involves freezing and destroying cancerous cells or cells’ …

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Staging surgery

Staging surgery: Why is it needed?

Staging surgery: Why is it needed? Staging surgery, also called surgical staging is most commonly performed in endometrial cancer to remove the uterus, cervix, pelvic and para-aortic lymph node tissues. It is an accurate method of determining the extent of the disease. Patients suffering from ovarian cancers are mostly advised for surgical staging. During the …

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Palliative Surgery

Palliative Surgery for improving Quality of Life

Palliative Surgery for improving Quality of Life Palliative surgery is a type of surgery used to relieve the symptoms of the patients who have no hope of complete treatment. It provides symptom relief and helps the patient to increase the longevity of the life of patients. This type of surgery usually involves the usage of …

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Pain

Chronic Excessive Flatulence: Causes

Chronic Excessive Flatulence: Causes Definition: Excess gas in the digestive tract lead to abdominal discomfort and distress which is known as flatulence. People often pass gas without noticing which is healthy gas and is harmless. Chronic excessive flatulence occurs when the person swallows tiny amounts of air, this will be released either by belching or …

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Laparoscopic surgery

Laparoscopic Surgery for detecting the causes of pain

Laparoscopic Surgery: Procedure and Risk Factors Laparoscopic surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery which is used for diagnosing problems in the abdomen or the reproductive system of women. Laparoscopic operation is different and better than “open” surgery which is done by making an incision of several inches long in the abdomen. Procedure: A …

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Laser surgery

Laser Surgery: Why is it a bloodless Surgery?

Laser Surgery: Why is it a bloodless Surgery? Laser surgery is a type of surgery which involves the usage of focused light, called laser light to perform various surgical operations. A laser stands for ‘Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation’. A laser is a focused beam of light, tuned to specific wavelengths. A laser …

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Diagnostic surgery

Diagnostic Surgery for detecting suspicious tumor

Diagnostic Surgery for detecting suspicious tumor Diagnostic surgery is a type of surgical method often used for obtaining a biopsy, or a tissue sample for diagnosing the presence of cancer. This helps in detecting and confirming the presence of cancer. This involves physically removing a part or whole of the suspicious tumor and its examination …

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Pancreatic Disorders

The Common Pancreatic Disorders and Treatment

The Common Pancreatic Disorders and Treatment The pancreas is a compound acinotubular gland located behind the stomach. Common Pancreatic Disorders are Inflammatory Disorders- Acute and Chronic Pancreatitis Hereditary Pancreatitis Malignancy- Pancreatic Cancer Acute pancreatitis Acute pancreatitis is an inflammatory condition of the pancreas, with a 10% mortality rate. The diagnosis is often critical, which delays …

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Achalasia

Achalasia: The Esophageal Motility Disorders

Achalasia: Types | Diagnosis | Symptoms | Causes Achalasia is a Greek term derived from two words a- which means not and chalasis, which means relaxation. Achalasia means failure to relax, either muscle, sphincters, or normal functions related to contraction and relaxation of muscles. Types: It is of four types, depending on the site of …

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gastrointestinal stromal tumor

Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor

Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor: Risk Factors, Diagnosis, and Treatment The gastrointestinal stromal tumor is a condition caused due to the replacement of normal cells with abnormal cells, which causes abnormal tissues in the gastrointestinal tract. These are the most common type of mesenchymal cancer of the gastrointestinal tract. These types of tumor are rare kind of …

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PROCTITIS_NHT

An Inflammatory Condition of the Anus or Proctitis

An Inflammatory Condition of the Anus or Proctitis: Symptoms, Causes, and Risk Factors Proctitis has originated from two Greek words procto which means anus and itis which means inflammation. Proctitis is a condition caused due to inflammation of the rectum and anus, usually caused either by sexually transmitted diseases, radiation injury, inflammatory bowel disease, allergy, …

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