Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery
Laparoscopic CBD Exploration
Bile duct stones, also known as choledocholithiasis, are basically gallstones present in the bile duct. These stones can form in the bile duct or in the gallbladder when they migrate into the bile duct.
Once stone gets stuck in the bile duct and causes blockage, medical intervention is required or else it can result in severe infection and can be fatal.
Laparoscopic For Achalasia Cardia
Achalasia cardia is an uncommon disorder causing difficulty for a patient in swallowing food and drink. It does not simply fall through the food pipe into the stomach.
In achalasia cardia, two problems are seen commonly, the first inability of pumping action of the wall of the food-pipe and second loss of the ability of the valve to relax in response to the approach of food. This results in ingested food and drinks getting collected in the food-pipe presenting with symptoms of “blockage” behind the breastbone. The main cause of achalasia is degeneration of the nerve cells in the esophagus (the food pipe) for which the exact reason is not known
Laparoscopy For Gastroesophageal Reflux
Reflux disease, known as GERD is a condition in which acidic contents of stomach reflux or re-enter the food pipe and even throat
The typical symptoms of GERD are burning in the chest (heartburn) and regurgitation of sour or bitter liquid, sometimes mixed with food, to the throat or mouth.
Laparoscopy For Rectal Prolapse
Rectal Prolapse is when part of your rectum protrudes (sticks out) through youranus. Your anus (back passage) is where your rectum opens onto your skin. Rectal prolapse can be uncomfortable and embarrassing and may affect your daily life.
Laparoscopy STARR Procedure
Stapled Transanal Rectal Resection (STARR) is a minimally invasive surgery to treat patients having chronic constipation called Obstructed Defecation Syndrome (ODS). In this procedure, a surgeon having expertise in STARR removes excess tissues in the rectum through the anus without any external incisions and leaves no visible scars.