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Postoperative Ventral Wall {Incisional} Hernia

Introduction It is the result of a failure of fascial tissues to heal & close following laparotomy. Such hernias can occur after any type of abdominal wall incision, although highest incidence is seen with midline & transverse incision. Laparoscopic port sites may also develop hernia defects in the abdominal wall fascia. Incidence & Etiology Modern rates of incisional hernia ranges from 2% to 11% Once belived that the majority of incisional hernia present within first 12 months following laparotomy, long term data indicate that at least one – third will present 5-10 years post-operatively. Multiple risk factors existRead the Rest…


Hemorrhoidectomy

Introduction Hemorrhoids are consider the natural anal cushions They are made up of  arterio-venus communication, smooth muscle & elastic connective tissue in submucosa that normally reside in the left lateral, right posterolateral & right antero lateral anal canal. Classification Internal Hemorrhoids Reside above the dentate line & are covered by transitional and columnar epithelium. Grading Grade 1 – Painless bleeding with defecation Grade 2 – Hemorrhoids protrudes through anal canal at the time of defecation but spontaneously reduce. Grade 3 – Protrudes bleeds but they must be manually reduced. Grade 4 – Permanently fixed below dentate line &Read the Rest…


Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair

Introduction Hernia is defined as an area of weakness or complete disruption of fibromuscular tissue of body wall causing protrusion of abdominal contents. Hernia in latin means “A Rupture”. Epidomology Of all groin hernias, 95% are hernias are of inguinal region with the remainder being femoral hernia. Inguinal Hernia is 9 times more common in men than women. Although femoral hernias are found more in females, the inguinal hernia is still the most common hernia in women. Anatomy of Groin Inguinal region has 2 rings, 2 boundaries & 2 borders. 2 Rings Internal Ring – A deep ringRead the Rest…


Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Introduction First Endoscopic Cholecystectomy was performed in 1985 by Erich Muhe of Boblingen, Germany. Shortly pioneers in France & USA coupled with a CCD video camera with a laparoscopy to allow entire surgical team to view the operative field. Indication for Cholecystectomy Symptomatic Cholelithiasis Biliary Colic Acute Cholecystitis      2. Choledocholithiasis       a) Gall Stone Pancreatitis       b) Cholangitis or Obstuctive Jaundice Asymptomatic Cholelithiasis – Prophylatic Cholecystectomy for Asymptomatic Cholelithiasis can be justified in certain circumstances, such as     With sickle cell disease : Pt. with sickle cell disease often have hepatic or vaso-occlesive crises thatRead the Rest…


3D Mesh Surgery for Hernia

This procedure uses a sterile, 3-D device – "The Prolene 3D Patch Mesh" that performs a few simple steps to repair hernia without pain in the treatment for both direct & indirect inguinal hernia repair. 'Mesh' which is also known as 'patch' or 'screen', is used by most of hernia surgeons worldwide because it has smaller incisions, minimum number of sutures, is done under local anesthesia and the patient is discharged as early as 24 hrs after the surgery.


Gallstones

Gallstones are hardened deposits of digestive fluid that can form in your gallbladder. Your gallbladder is a small, pear-shaped organ on the right side of your abdomen, just beneath your liver. The gallbladder holds a digestive fluid called bile that's released into your small intestine. Gallstones range in size from as small as a grain of sand to as large as a golf ball. Some people develop just one gallstone, while others develop many gallstones at the same time. Gallstones are common in the United States. People who experience symptoms from their gallstones usually require gallbladder removal surgery.Read the Rest…


SILS

SILS (Single incision laparoscopic surgery) is a recently developed technique in     laparoscopic surgery. It is a minimally invasive surgical procedure in which the surgeon operates almost exclusively through a single entry point, typically the patient’s navel.  The surgery is also known asSingle-port laparoscopy (SPL), single-port access surgery (SPA), single-port incisionless conventional equipment-utilizing surgery (SPICES), Single-access endoscopic surgery (SAES), laparo-endoscopic single-site surgery (LESS), natural-orifice transumbilical surgery (NOTUS), and one-port umbilical surgery (OPUS).


Stapler / MIPH

Proctology includes all anorectal ailments namely Piles, Constipation, Fistula, Fissure, Pilonidal Sinus &Prolapse .Inamdar Hospital introduces this innovative speciality to all its patients who can now be completely cured from their daily woes of anorectal problems. Dr Ashwin Porwal, ColoProctosurgeon who heads the Proctology Department of Indamdar Hospital focuses on the following : PILES… A Lifestyle Disease PILES (clinically known as Haemorrhoids) basically, is the swelling of blood vessels near the anal opening. The lumps are formed by increased pressure on blood vessels in the area, causing them to enlarge and swell. We understand that piles may notRead the Rest…


Hiatus Hernia

A hiatal hernia occurs when part of your stomach pushes upward through your diaphragm. Your diaphragm normally has a small opening (hiatus) through which your food tube (esophagus) passes on its way to connect to your stomach. The stomach can push up through this opening and cause a hiatal hernia.In most cases, a small hiatal hernia doesn't cause problems, and you may never know you have a hiatal hernia unless your doctor discovers it when checking for another condition. But a large hiatal hernia can allow food and acid to back up into your esophagus, leading to heartburn.Read the Rest…


Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication

The procedure is to reinforce the lower esophageal sphincter called Nissen fundoplication. In this procedure, the surgeon wraps the top of the stomach around the lower esophagus. This reinforces the lower esophageal sphincter, making it less likely that acid will back up in the esophagus. This surgery is done as a surgical treatment for GERD.


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