Published on 10th May, 21
A laparoscope is used to examine the abdominal organs during laparoscopy. A laparoscope is a long, thin tube with a front-mounted high-intensity light and a high-resolution image. The instrument is inserted into the abdominal wall through an incision. The camera sends pictures to a video display as it goes along.
Published on 20th May, 21
When an organ passes through an opening in the muscle or tissue that keeps it in place, a hernia occurs. The intestines, for example, could break through a weak spot in the abdominal wall. Hernias most often occur between the chest and hips, but they may also occur in the upper thigh and groin.
Published on 8th May, 21
Bariatric surgery, also known as weight-loss surgery, is a collection of procedures that help you lose weight by altering the gastrointestinal system. This is one of the most common methods for people who have exhausted all other non-surgical choices, such as diet and exercise, but are still unable to lose weight. However, there are still many misconceptions among patients that prevent them from making this decision.
Published on 12th May, 21
Are you thinking about having gastric sleeve surgery because you've tried diets and exercise for years and still can't seem to lose weight? You'll want to know the costs and benefits, as well as what qualifies someone for the procedure and what long-term obligations you'll need to keep the results.
Published on 17th Aug, 21
COVID-19 is a respiratory ailment caused by a new coronavirus strain found in December of this year. Coronavirus is a virus family that causes several diseases in humans, including the common cold, Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) (SARS).
Published on 11th Sep, 21
Dr. Samrat Jankar is a gastroenterologist who practices in Pune. He is affiliated with Symbiosis University Hospital and Research Centre, where he established the Minimal Invasive & Surgical Gastroenterology department. He has performed over 1000 hernia surgeries in Pune using laparoscopy, the most popular and advanced surgical approach.
Published on 30th Sep, 21
Gallbladder stones are solid deposits in the gallbladder, which is a small organ beneath the liver. By storing and releasing bile, this pear-shaped organ aids digestion. An excess of cholesterol in the bile causes Gallbladder stones. The stone's size varies, with some as small as a grain of rice and others as large as a golf ball.
Published on 11th Oct, 21
Bariatric surgery refers to various weight-loss procedures that are frequently recommended for people with chronic obesity and obesity-related health issues like diabetes and hypertension. Losing weight is a difficult task for most people. Many people still believe that obesity is merely a cosmetic issue.
Published on 18th Oct, 21
Laparoscopic surgery can now treat almost all disorders that formerly needed open surgery. Anything from benign abdominal adhesions to more serious conditions like genital cancers can be treated with laparoscopic surgery. The following conditions are commonly treated by laparoscopy: