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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…


Laparoscopic Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy

How is it done? Vertical sleeve gastrectomy, also known as parietal gastrectomy or just Sleeve gastrectomy consists of an operation that aims, if performed alone, to be restrictive in nature. It is performed by laparoscopy and consists of the restrictive portion of the biliopancreatic diversion +/- duodenal switch bariatric surgical procedure (BPD/DS). The VSG procedure is often utilized as a first-stage bariatric procedure to reduce surgical risk in high-risk patients by induction of weight loss and this may be its most useful application at the present time (BMI > 60 kg/m2). During this procedure, we create a small,Read the Rest…


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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.


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).


Laparoscopic Heller Myotomy

Laparoscopic Heller myotomy, which is used to cut the muscle at the lower end of the esophagus (sphincter) when it fails to open and release food into the stomach in people who have achalasia. (Achalasia is a rare disorder that makes it difficult for food and liquid to pass into your stomach. Achalasia occurs when the food tube (esophagus) loses the ability to squeeze food down, and the muscular valve between the esophagus and stomach doesn't fully relax. The reason for these problems is damage to the nerves in the esophagus. There's no cure, but achalasia symptoms canRead the Rest…


Laparoscopic Gastrectomy

Esophagectomy is a surgical procedure to remove part of the tube between your mouth and stomach (esophagus) and then reconstruct it using part of another organ, usually the stomach. Esophagectomy is a common treatment for advanced esophageal cancer, and is used occasionally for Barrett's esophagus if precancerous cells are present.


Comparison of the procedures performed

Comparison of the procedures performed by DOSS Here we present a comparison of each bariatric surgery as performed by DOSS   Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass   Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy   Laparoscopic Gastric Banding       Graphic Representation       How is it done?   Small 7-10 ml gastric pouch is connected to the small intestine bypassing the stomach. Food and digestive juices are separated for 3-5 feet.   Most of the stomach is removed in a “vertical” fashion leaving a “banana” shaped stomach remnant.   An adjustable silicone ring (band) is placed around the top part ofRead the Rest…


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